36 hours in Boston

boston featureAs cheesy as it may sound, I have had a 30 before 30 list for sometime now. Solo traveling was one on the list. I have travelled solo before but I have never been alone the entire trip. I would meet a friend and we would do things together but I have never been on a trip  where I would walk to a restaurant and ask for a table for one! Since my birthday is coming pretty soon, I decided to check this off the list this past weekend. I went to Boston. I bought the ticket a day before my flight, packed a backpack and jet off to an early morning flight.

DSC06250Brunch at Sonsie

I have been to Boston before. So this wasn’t my first time but my first trip to Boston was barely half a day. Boston is fairly a small city but a beautiful one. You can walk almost everywhere and that is what I did exactly. One thing that helped me a lot was getting acquainted with the city map. Just having a general idea of where your points of interest are in regards to your position. This saved a lot of time because I wasn’t going up and down from one end of the city to another. I made a list of things I wanted to see in the order on my walking route from my hotel and also made a list of restaurants along the route so that I know what my options are just in case if I start feeling a bit hungry. Just by doing this, I was able to accomplish a lot on my list. Here are few pictures I took during my solo trip to Boston.


20160521_132511Boston Public Library






DSC06269Thinking Cup

20160521_141024The most strongest Matcha Latte I have ever tried!



DSC06281Site of the first public school



DSC06285The always busy Mike’s Pastry



20160522_142712Piattini Wine Bar

20160522_145950Barrington Coffee Roasting Company



20160522_171300Modern Pastry

20160522_175732My last stop before the airport, Ogawa Coffee

If you made it till the end then I am guessing you enjoyed the pictures. Thank you 🙂

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