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3.04.2013

Trading in New York for Boston (just for the weekend).















































skiing at Killington in Vermont. cheering on UVA at Boston College. Tenacious D at House of Blues. late night at Chau Chow City (something to do only once...check it off your Boston bucket list and be done). 80's night dancing at 6B. and a Sunday morning brunch that saw about three or four different seatings.

I am going to need a few days off after this little getaway.

The thing is, every time I visit my brother in Boston...it gets harder to leave. Such a beautiful city, so much charm.

17 comments:

Ruth said...

80s night at 6B is just the best, isn't it? Gorgeous photos as always :)

Alice said...

Skiing and chinese food and brunch sounds amazing! I love the sort of trips away that leave you feeling like you need another break afterwards :) x

mary @ BG JOURNALS said...

yes yes, boston is the greatest, we are southern transplants to this city and LOVE it.

heather m said...

Ooh. I've never visited Boston, but these photos give me reason enough to want to.

Glad you were able to escape for a few days, lady.

meg fee said...

@Ruth: perhaps you can answer a question for my brother and his friends--does 6B have 80's night every Saturday or is it just once a month or some such?

Mary said...

Love to see so much love for my city. This looks like a fabulous weekend! Makes me remember fondly my weekends before kids. They look a little different now. ;-)

Mary said...

Oh and I do believe 6B has 80s night every Saturday night.

Clover Feet said...

My sister suggested I check out your blog and I'm so glad she did!

Looks like you had a great weekend.

Alex said...

You were in my neighborhood! I live a block away from BC. Also I love Chau Chow City during the daytime for dim sum, but haven't tried it late night. Perhaps I'll hold off on that a little longer.

Ali of Dressing Ken said...

Wow your trip looked so fun! I hope to get up there I want to do some traveling. Great photos.

Ali of

www.dressingken.com

Alice said...

When I flew home from New York last week, my friend went on to Boston. This post makes me wish I'd joined her. It sure looks beautiful!

Wendy McDonagh-Valentine said...

Beautiful photos! Glad you had a great weekend. I just discovered you blog and really enjoy your writings. :-)

~ Wendy

MJ said...

Beautiful pictures!!

MJ
http://thehappinesshypothesis.blogspot.com/

Amy said...

Boston is my favourite. Lovely photos, looks like a wonderful time.

Bridget said...

as someone who has lived in both in the really fun brooklyn and manhattan (you, not me) i am all the more happy that you love boston. i love it too.

anne taylor said...

These photos are gorgeous. I went to school in Boston, and I miss it every single day. Thanks for providing a brief window into my second hometown.

his little lady said...

Oh my, all of that food looks absolutely delicious! Beautiful pictures girl!
xo TJ