Boston, Part 2

Hey yo! I’m back to show you my second day in Boston, but I did notice that I forgot to show you part of day one. There was a beautiful harbor near Quincy Market and the water was totally clear — absolutely gorgeous. I can’t wait to go to the beach this Summer.. I miss being near the water!

crystal clear water

So onto day two! On Sunday morning, we woke up around 9:30 (felt a-ma-zing to sleep late), got ready, and headed downstairs to the Starbucks for a quick but filling breakfast:

I kept things on the lighter side and ordered a low fat yogurt along with a mixed fruit cup — I was surprised with how much protein (5 grams) was in such a small yogurt. Definitely a bonus. I also ordered a grande iced coffee.

Once we finished eating, we headed off to Harvard’s campus. I was really excited to see the campus and the surrounding area–I heard so many good things. It was pretty cool knowing that this was the place where Facebook began.

I definitely felt super smart for a moment…

…and that all changed when I tried to ‘break in’…

Kidding! But Rebecca wanted a moment to feel like a genius, too:

We walked all around the campus, and found a gorgeous theater:

sooo gorgeous

And then I decided to get silly:

...That's more like it!

Hang around for tomorrow’s post — part 3 — with more eats from Boston!

Question of the Night: Where did you go to college?

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13 responses to “Boston, Part 2

  1. I go to college at Georgia State University in Atlanta.. definitely not near as pretty as Harvard! That church is so gorgeous…. looks like you had a blast! πŸ™‚

  2. You’re seriously gorgeous! I love the pictures! I have friends who went to harvard and it definitely looks so pretty there!

  3. I went to the University of Delaware. I wish I could go back. πŸ™‚

  4. I went to Florida State but I live in Boston now and I LOVE it! I loved traveling around being all touristy when I first moved here πŸ™‚

  5. UNC-Chapel … but my big sister went to Boston University (I was so jealous of her! – – at least mine was cheaper!!!!!!!)

  6. Yayyy for Boston! I am currently at UMASS Amherst…graduating in May, gah!

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