Sunday, April 17, 2011

I'm ba-ack! Check out my Photo Tour of Boston, Part I

Wow. Just wow.

Boston was even better than I imagined it would be!

I'm in love with the city and will definitely plan another trip sometime soon, but for now, a few of my favorite photos!


Faneuil Hall Marketplace


The inside of Quincy Market (awesome food vendors...nom nom)


Window Washers! (those little dots on the side of the building...it was insane!)

The Old State House (Boston's oldest public building, built in 1713. The Declaration of Independence was read to Bostonians from the east balcony in 1776.)

Old City Hall (How gorgeous is this building??)

Benjamin Franklin

Paul Revere statue in front of the Old North Church (where the lantern was hung to warn the troops)

Copp's Hill burial ground, looking over the harbor (my favorite picture from our trip!)

Hubs and I by the harbor (pre game)

Part II coming soon!

Anyone out there been to Boston? Did you love it as much as we did???

8 comments:

  1. Great photos, Kristi. Thanks for sharing. We just took a marvelous trip to New York City (our son's high school Wind Ensemble got to play Carnegie Hall). Boston is one of the cities on our short list of places to visit next.
    Have a great week.

    -Jimmy

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  2. Looks amazing... can't wait for part two.

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  3. My husband and I went to Boston for some training and took advantage to look around the city while we were there. We took the walking tour (saw Paul Revere's house). It was very interesting.

    The best part was when my husband went up to the police and asked them about a certain cemetery and said "You know, the one with dead people." The cop just looked at him and said "As opposed to live ones?" We had a good laugh over that!

    While there, we also went up to Salem so I could find the marker of my multi-great grandmother, Susannah Martin, one of the original women hanged as a witch. It was an awesome trip!

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  4. Looks like an awesome trip. Glad you had a good time.

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  5. I hope I get to see Boston someday! It looks beautiful, and so historical!

    Great pics.

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  6. Me and the hubbs LOVE Boston. We lived up there when we were first married. I took the subway all the time. The city is so clean, and young, and small and walkable. (and safe) :)
    My favorite city of all time.

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  7. Excellent photos! I would love to see Boston one day.

    I can't believe there are even window washers in that picture. Crazy.

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  8. I haven't been to Boston in years, and I didn't spend much time there (I was there for a show choir competition) so none of the pictures are familiar to me, but how awesome you went there! Everything looks beautiful. I hope to make it back there some day.

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