A Walk Through Boston

Boston is beautiful rain or shine, however, my umbrella did collapsed and my hair looked like a bird’s nest by the end of my walk. But it was worth it! I loved Beacon Hill and all the little bakeries and antique stores, it was just adorable. On my walk from the Sheraton to Beacon Hill (about 1.7miles), I passed by The Old South Church, Trinity Church, streets filled with shopping, the Boston Common, the Public Garden, the Library and finally Beacon Hill. There is still much much more of Boston to see. But here is a view into my small day journey through ‘The City on the Hill’.

Trinity Church Boston MA | Scones in the SkyACORNS | Scones in the Sky  Trinity Church Boston | Scones in the Sky The Tortoise and the Hare Cute Chocolate Shop Boston | Scones in the SkyBoston Buildings | Scones in the Sky First Baptist Church of Boston | Scones in the Sky All Saints | Shopping in Boston Public Garden Boston | Scones in the Sky Public Garden Boston | Scones in the SkyPublic Garden Boston | Scones in the Sky Public Garden Boston | Scones in the Sky Beacon Hill Boston | Scones in the SkyWalk to Beacon Hill | Scones in the SkyBeacon Hill Boston | Scones in the SkyBeacon Hill Boston | Scones in the Sky Beacon Hill Boston | Scones in the SkyBeacon Hill Boston | Scones in the SkyPublic Garden Boston | Scones in the SkyPublic Garden Swans Boston | Scones in the Sky

Boylston and Charles were the main streets in my excursion, if you need a good place to start. 🙂 I did a lot of weaving and a 35 minute walk there took me a few hours–and the same return, tried to weave in the directions I missed on the first pass. I’m excited to go back, because I missed out on the famous clam chowder at Legal Sea Foods.

Happy Adventures,

Erika