December 2, 2012


How can it be December already?!?!

With the coming holiday season, that only means one thing.... winter, cold weather and snow! What city better exemplifies this than the wonderful New England town of Boston?!

The last time I was here was my 11th grade Boston "Literary" Trip with my high school English class. We hit up all the classic literary landmarks such as Walden Pond, and cultural hits such as the Blue Man Group.

I had the pleasure of visiting this nice place last week and had some downtime to stroll around the neighborhoods. The beautiful cobblestone streets, common alleyways, little shops and brownstones aligned the streets, reminded me a lot of Brooklyn but drenched in a LOT more history. Here's some photos to remember the trip!

Famous Boston Common where Bostonian Patriots once strolled.
Beautiful old trees along the "Commonwealth"!

Old faithful tree roots drenched in so much history they're pushing up the brick sidewalk!

The infamous Charles river (with MIT in the background)... no rowers on a cold day like today.

This was a very non-Patriotic but delicious lunchtime meal so I just had to take a picture. A Chacarero (Chilean sandwich) with strip streak, Muenster cheese, tomatoes and guac spread on a soft homemade roll. The secret ingredient: steamed green beans! 

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