Boston – day one

We flew to Boston on Thursday. I took the day off of work so that we could take our time driving to the airport and get lunch and beers at Rock Bottom Brewery before our flight.

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Our flight was uneventful and once we arrived at Boston Logan Airport, that’s when the real fun began.

Hubby had already purchased tickets to the Boston Symphony Orchestra for that night so we knew that we had to hustle in order to make it there on time. We took a bus downtown and walked to our hotel, the Hyatt Regency Downtown. We checked in and dashed up to our room. There was no time for showers we just needed to change into our “fancy” clothes and get going. Just a few blocks over was the train so we caught the orange line to Mass Ave. We walked up to the concert hall with 10 min to spare and hubby says “we’ve got time for a quick drink.” I don’t know how, but we did. Nothing says class like chugging a glass of white wine while you’re wearing a black dress. Boston Symphony Orchestra was one of the best that I’ve ever seen. It was beautiful and bright music and I really enjoyed it all. The whole performance was astounding.

It was around 10:30pm when we finally got out so we took the train (orange line) back to Chinatown. I had already looked up a late night place to eat that was open till 1am. The Artisan Bistro at the Ritz Carlton had pretty good food and was a perfect way to kick off our trip. A trip that would leave us finding our way back to the hotel every night around midnight. Way later than this girl is used to staying up.

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~ by willtriforbeer on August 22, 2015.

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