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September 18, 2013

Boston or Bust In Photos

I'm finally back from a lovely family vacation, and I think I left my brain in Massachusetts.

The week after a long vacation is always a bit chaotic, but at least I have beautiful photos and memories to relive our amazing trip! Adam's sister and her husband live in Boston, so we trekked northeast with Adam's parents for a fun getaway.

We left on Tuesday night after work, spent one and a half days in Boston seeing the city, before we roadtripped out to the cape coast. There was so much to do and see in both places that we only got a little taste, but we can't wait to head out again.

Today... Boston.
Tomorrow... Cape Cod.

Get excited.

On Tuesday before we left, I ran to my favorite downtown nail boutique, Polished, for a sparkly polish change and a solid 30 minutes just enjoying my massage chair.

Indulged in a few of my favorite things for the flight out.

We had to stop by the famous Flour Bakery + Cafe in Back Bay to see what all the fuss was about.
And we found out.

We got their delicious granola bar to nibble on while we sipped on our coffees. It was so good that we went back to Flour the next day to get a few to take to Cape Cod with us.

We decided to take fuzzy photos (not on purpose) while being "those tourists" on a big City View bus tour. Not part of our original plan, but when you only have 3 hours to see all of Boston, this was a really fun way to see many sites and get a good general history.

Enjoyed the views of the Boston skyline. 

Toodled around North End for a delicious Italian lunch. All of the places there are so adorable!

After dinner along the quaint harbor at 75 on Liberty Wharf (check out these photos of the amazing view!), we met the gang at Top of the Hub for some bubbly, desserts, and great atmosphere. The lights from the top of the city were gorgeous, and the hot cookie with chantilly cream dessert was to die for (and I'm a cookie snob!).

The next morning we hit up the infamous Fenway Park for a VIP tour! Meredith and I thought every Sox hat should have sequins.

Hubs was in baseball heaven, and his face was all lit up like a little kid on Christmas morning.

Don't miss out on the HUGE group giveaway, now until midnight on Sunday! We have a $25 Starbucks gift card, $50 Boutique Sui gift card, and a pampering kit full of lotions and fall nail polishes. Come and get it!

Coming up tomorrow... the gorgeous and relaxing Cape Cod!

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  1. You were heeereee??? Yay! I love your mani and you just made me SO hungry for Flour Bakery! I haven't been to a Red Sox game this season at all - I can't believe it.

  2. I have ALWAYS wanted to visit Boston. It just looks so fabulous. I would especially have to make it a point to visit Flour Bakery ;)

  3. I hear boston is such a great place. Still on my list of places to visit!

  4. Those desserts look amazing! I will definitely be checking those places out next time I'm in the city!

  5. This sounds like it was just an amazing time!! And the food?? I WANT. :)


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