Riding the T:
The MIT museum:
E&P’s best meal to date at Yamato Sushi restaurant:
Those are our happy faces.
E got lost on the MIT campus, luckily still clutching her camera:
First hintings of spring in Boston!
We had another beautiful dinner at the Top of the Hub, where we could see all of Boston below us:
And then we went for a chocolate run at Trader Joe’s to satisfy E’s sweet tooth:
We are usually law-abiding ladies, but on Thursday we decided to push the edge and go to two movies while paying for one. Our plan started well: “21 and Over” was hilarious and relevant to our current situations (E solemnly swore to come to Boston for P’s 21st birthday). Things started to go downhill from the time we walked into our second movie. “Identity Thief” was so bad that we walked out fifteen minutes into the movie. Readers, DO NOT go see this movie. The conflict is just too realistic and frustrating to be funny.
We proceeded to have an adventure through China Town to find Boomerang’s Thrift shop, which unfortunately also turned out to be a bit of a bust. Their demographic seemed to be gentleman about forty years older than us. Boston’s China town was scenic, though:
Our day ended with an amazing Italian dinner at Pomodoro’s:
In case you’re not noticing the pattern, we like food. A lot.
Boston Museum of Fine Arts!
After the Fine Arts Museum, we made our way over to Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall:
We had a spectacular all-American dinner at “The Friendly Toast”, near campus, with P’s friends:
I [E] had the greatest week ever! Boston is an interesting, photogenic city, especially when you have guide as great as P!
Hugs and kisses,