Wednesday, December 4, 2013


We spent the American Thanksgiving weekend in one of my favourite cities, Boston. I love the fact that Boston is a historic town made up of charming neighborhoods that are all easily accessible by foot or by a quick subway ride. We spent three days walking for hours looking at the Colonial architecture, shopping and of course eating. (More on that tomorrow!)
We stayed at the Kimpton Nine Zero, which is in the perfect location. The hotel is situated in the Downtown district near Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market, Boston Common and the Public Gardens. Also from our hotel it was a quick walk to the North End Italian area and Beacon Hill.

 Enjoy complimentary wine in the Kimpton lobby every night between 5:00 and 6:00.

The first day we were there it was very cold and my phone kept seizing up, so I didn't get many photos, but on Saturday I did manage to snap a few outdoor shots in Beacon Hill...

 Faneuil Hall "Blink Festival of Lights"

 The biggest tree I have ever seen! This year's tree is 87 feet! (Bigger than the one in Rockefeller Center)

 This house was across the street from the famous Make Way For Ducklings statue in the Public Garden.

 I loved this glossy black door.

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