May in Boston
Boston was quiet cold and foggy compared to the beautiful, hot Burlington Vermont. Fortunately (or unfortunately) for Chris and I the mild temperature and extreme fog reminded us of home. We walked around the Boston Common, Boston Public Garden, and MIT with my parents and then hung out around Harvard Square with my best friends from home Sabrina, Reid, and Tim!
We started our trip with lunch at my dad’s favorite sandwich shop.
The Boston Common has a cute and famous frog pond. My mom really wanted a picture of me kissing the statue, but after living in a city I really didn’t want my lips touching any outdoor public property. We used a convincing camera angle to get this shot, even though my lips never touched!
On the MIT campus we checked out the new Stata Center’s crazy buildings.
We left my parents at MIT and journeyed deeper into Cambridge to Harvard Square where we met up with Sabrina, Reid, and Tim for dinner, dessert, and drinks. Sabrina, sharing my love of ice cream, brought us to her favorite frozen yogurt place for dessert – Berry Line.
After that fantastic dessert, we went to Grendel’s Den for some good libations.