Seven Dollar Pants and a few fun gals took a little trip to Boston this past weekend and had a blast. We walked a whole lot and managed to see quite a bit of the lovely city, which was split of new and perfectly manicured old buildings.
We started our weekend walking through the beautiful Boston Common park and admired all the town homes that faced it. We had a pint at Cheers, took in a Red Sox game at Fenway Park, ate delicious seafood at the oldest restaurant in America, strolled through Harvard pretending to be studious, ate pastries in Little Italy, and cheered on the Canucks vs. Bruins at a local sports bar. Let’s just say the locals weren’t fans of us. Go Canada!
By the end of the weekend, we had our Bahstin accent down pat. Got a kick from that every time. Fun times had by all!
Shopping on Newbury Street
Boston Red Sox Game at Fenway
Union Oyster House – America’s Oldest Restaurant Est. 1826
Sebastian a.k.a Dinner
Little Italy on Hanover Street
Cute Italian Ladies at Mike’s Pastry in Little Italy
Before the sugar high set in from eating delicious cannoli and cookies