Boston – Day 2

We slept in this morning and then started our day with a lovely brunch at the North Street Grill.

Naturally, we started with mimosas.

I ordered an egg white omelet with tomatoes, basil, and feta. It was served with fresh fruit and wheat toast. It was good – but huge! I probably finished about half.

We all really enjoyed this place. There were lots of choices, the food was good, and the serving sizes were generous. And it was also just a short 15 minute walk from our hotel. After brunch, we continued on down to the water. It was a gorgeous day!

Then we explored the North End – Boston’s Little Italy.

Obviously, there were stops for cannoli and gelato.

We spent the rest of the afternoon around Harvard. Another great place to visit on this beautiful day!

This evening, Katie attended a professional women’s soccer game while Laura and I headed to Newbury St to do a little shopping. Then we all got together for dinner.


I got penne with vodka sauce and peas. It was gooooood. I ate it all. See!

Stuffed and tired from a full day of walking, we rolled ourselves back to the hotel where we’re ready to turn in. Good night, Boston!

3 responses to this post.

  1. mmmm theres nothing like stopping in a little pastry shop too :)

    That Brunch looked amazing! eggs, fruit, and toast gives ya good energy for the whole day :)

    Boston is quite beautiful! walking is probably on of the best ways to view the city <3



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