The Walk of Newbury St – Boston’s Beauty

For the past year and a half or so, I fell in love with a beautiful city of which has become part of my life and the beautiful people there and In May, 2014 I took the opportunity to visit my happy place Boston, Massachusetts. It was my second time visiting and I just loved every single second being there, taking it all in and catching the glimpse of Downtown Boston as much as I could. It was an incredible feeling walking on Newbury St, Seeing Boylston, and I had this emotional yet Strong feeling when I saw the finish line of the Boston Marathon. I became stronger like Boston Strong when I saw that up close and personal.

I also was able to go on a Charles River Boat Cruise, and seeing the skyline of Boston was ever so beautiful, and it was a very emotional thing for me to see, seeing the big Citgo sign from the river knowing that it’s the Fenway Park home of the Red Sox, Seeing Harvard, Boston University, MIT, and all those places where I would see in movies, as well as always hearing about them on TV, The news and more. It is wicked awesome to see it up close and personal. Traveling and seeing places are a great feeling, and I had one of the best experiences.

I had the chance to go on the Bunker Hill Bridge, seeing the TD Garden where The Boston Bruins and Celtics play. Also seeing Bobby Orr’s Statue in front of TD Garden was incredible. I could not believe my eyes when I saw all that. I always saw Boston Downtown in Movies, Television and in Magazines, but when I was there physically and seeing it with my own two eyes, It was something that I will never ever forget. I hope to visit Boston again soon for my 3rd time. If you are going to visit Boston, Planning your voyage there, and stuck on what to do, where to go, and see, please contact me and I will be more than happy to assist you.

4 thoughts on “The Walk of Newbury St – Boston’s Beauty

  1. Alveena says:

    Boston is a lovely city. I know people say New York is complex. I think Boston is even more complex. No, I do not mean cosmopolitan. I have seen it as part tourist and part tour guide and I don’t dare to know it more intimately because I know I will fall in love with it.

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