We had so much fun traveling in the month of June that I’m still trying to catch up on uploading pics and details! The beginning of the month started out on the Cape for only the most gorgeous New England wedding ever (see the full recap here) where we also squeezed in some time for visits, sightseeing, eating and shopping in Boston for a few days too.
I feel like we had the “in” because we stayed with my friend Sam, a born-and-raised Bostonian, who gave us a true taste of the city. This was our second time visiting, so I was excited to cross a few more things off our Boston bucket list. Oh but never fear, we sure did do a lot! Translation – grab a glass of your fav vino, cuz this post is loooonnnggg y’all!
We were early risers the next day so we could take advantage of the Early Duck Discount on the Boston Duck Tours! It may sound like such a quack (ha, get it), but y’all the tour was such a BLAST! It was an awesome way to see the city in and from the Charles River. I would highly recommend it to anyone visiting Boston. Here were some of our favorite views:
Oh and we also stopped by Zara for muh boo and I’m not lying when I say that Sam and I were rolling on the floor laughing at some of the tight, euro clothes that were so not his style. We did manage to find some great items to update his closet though, here’s one shot that he might not be that embarrassed if I share (can you tell I quickly snapped it when I thought he wasn’t looking)!
We even popped a cold one while he got fitted and informed by his very on “Ninja”.
After freshining up and enjoying a drink at the apartment, we headed out to dinner for a friend’s birthday at Tico. Since we were with a big group we went with a “Can’t Decide” option for ease and to get the best all-around experience. It was delicious, I would highly recommend this place if you’re with a lot of people or want a carefree meal.
Up next in our June travel recap is a trip to our Boston “home” (aka really Sam’s family’s gorgeous home) in Hingham and the perfect evening along the Haaaaabahhh (too much? I was trying to say Harbor just FYI ha) and dinner in Boston’s North End which felt like its very own little Italy.