on the third of july (yes, i know, a whole month ago), we did the whole freedom trail! it was such a fun, hot day. the freedom trail is such a great way to see most of the historic sights in the city and to also find other fun places to check out! there were a few areas that we would have never seen if we hadn’t done the freedom trail. like walgreen’s flagship store that is huge and like, three stories. there was a juice bar and a sushi bar. we had to get some sushi (duh) and the nice lady made us some fresh rolls. so sweet! nicest people in the world, remember? we stumbled upon a beautiful church in the north end that looked like it was straight out of rome! it beat all of the churches that were landmarks on the trail haha. and we learned about the symbolism on the old headstones and decided we want the same ancient carvings on ours one day ;)
this was another one of our most favorite days on our trip. but let’s be real, everyday was so great. sorry for the picture overload in this post, but i really cut it down quite a bit, surprisingly. this will probably be the last batch of pictures from our trip, so you’re welcome ;)
^^^the cemeteries in boston were on the top of my list for our trip. they are so old and awesome and i love cemeteries (i used to live across from one in philly-dream come true). i’m weird and creepy like that.
^^^we ate at that restaurant on our last night with jenny, erik, and peper. basically, we ate fresh seafood everyday. basically, it was the best thing ever.
^^^we wanted to find a good restaurant with authentic pizza and scored when we found this place in the north end! we shared the gnocchi and pizza with grape tomatoes, bell peppers, ricotta cheese, and prosciutto. holy cow it was divine!
^^^bunker hill was the last stop of the trail and we made it! it was a looooong walk to get there! we gave each other high-fives for doing the whole thing-it ain’t the easiest thing! especially on the hottest day of our trip!