Boston, MA

Boston. Where do I even begin? I love you so much; my very favorite east coast city. Whenever I’m here, I never want to leave. You hold a lot of my family history and I always feel slightly at home wandering your streets. I’ve never lived anywhere even close to you, but you just feel all sorts of right. All the seafood, the blueberry beer, the dunkin donuts, (seriously… I should dedicate a blog post to their iced coffee with cookie dough flavoring #mighthavehadthree). This city is seriously my style. If you follow along on Instagram, I made a special hashtag for this trip #hollslovesboston. It’s true, I love this city. See below for links to all the places that we ate and the fun things we did in the city!

^^ The company I work for is constructing this building… The new Converse HQ ^^
^^ Dream house found ^^
^^ The T, we mastered it ^^
^^ Al took us to the good beer… ^^
^^ Holy cannoli (we had some)  ^^
The Salty Pig (delicious wood fired pizza)

Legal Seafood – Harborside (we had a family dinner here one night with my dad’s cousins, we had the best blueberry beer and chowder)
Boston Beer Works (we went here before a Red Sox game. good lunch and beers)
Union Oyster House (stopped here for a beer and chowder break)
Giacomo’s (had the best Italian dinner here – seriously, so good – also in the cutest neighborhood, the North End)
Mike’s Pastry (stopped for a late night treat – bought a box of cannolis)
Meadhall (a selection of delicious beers in Cambridge)
John Harvard’s Brewery (stoped in for a beer, eh)

Fenway Park (bucket list, must see in your lifetime)
Freedom Trail (a fantastic way to see the historical landmarks of the city)

– Photos © Holly Copeland –