June 04, 2009

A few weeks ago I went to Boston for almost 2 weeks to help my friends move!  It was my first time in Boston and I have to say it was a pretty awesome experience!  Although I was extremely sad to say goodbye to my friends, I’m very excited for their new life there.

I’ll have to do another “educational” post about the freedom trail because it was so awesome to see all those places we studied in school about American History!  I never thought I would be so into those educational things, but I am and I even bought the freedom trail book to refresh my memory!

I think a lot of funny things happened on this trip, partially because we were so deliriously tired and partially because we were trying to figure out what was where and had no internet.  If it wasn’t for all of our blackberries I have no idea what we would’ve done!

Let’s start at the beginning of my almost 2 weeks in Boston!

Est + Nev came from LA and I came from SF.  We met at our layover in Dallas at some super early hour like 4am!  We were TIRED!

When we arrived in Boston I thought it would be good for Nev to test “walking” around with all the luggage…just to make sure we can make it to the T =)

First time in the apartment calling family and trying to figure out where Target was

Waiting for the bus…we did a lot of waiting!

The ceiling was decorated with pizza pans!

We would’ve been so lost without our trusty crackberries

Went to a cute cafe/bookstore for some free internet to search for Ikea furniture…yes we were all very very tired!  This is also where we found out Ikea charges a ridiculous amount to ship furniture to your home.  It’s much cheaper to rent a truck/van and get it yourself!

Newbury St. – Did I mention in the time I was there we experienced rain, sun, wind, thunderstorms, everything except snow!

One of the funniest things we did was bring a chair from Urban and take it on the T to bring it back to the apartment.  Poor Neville…abuse!

The next day we woke up to beautiful weather!

Aren’t the cherry blossoms beautiful?!

Wow I look so much smaller O_o

A view of Boston from The Top Of The Hub

This post is becoming super lengthy  so I’ll pick up next time with Jamie’s visit!


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