Boston: Day 3

Boston: Day 3

I’m finally posting what I did on my last day in the East Coast. It hasn’t been that long, but I did write my other posts day after day, so it seems like a while ago, if you know what I mean. Day three was not very exciting and mainly consisted of eating and traveling, but I thought I’d still share what I did.

Day three: 

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The day started with my mom and I going to the gym…per usual. Once we got back, we did some last minute packing. Am I the only person who likes packing? I find it very therapeutical and feel like it’s some sort of puzzle. After packing, I really wanted to walk the other half of Newbury Street. I was in search for this one really cute, preppy store, but I think it closed. A lot of stores actually closed…sad. 😔 We got hungry so we decided to go to Tatte again! Boy I could NEVER get tired of that place. I wish it was everywhere.

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As we walked back to the hotel, we stopped by Georgetown Cupcakes. This place was on TV and looked really good, so obviously had to try it. We got 6 cupcakes total: 4 for my parents and 2 for me. I got coffee cookies and cream and salted caramel. They were both very, very sweet, but good.

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We chilled at the hotel a little bit until it was time to meet my dad for lunch. We went to Earl’s Kitchen in the Prudential Center. I heard of this place from a few Youtuber’s that I watch…typical. This restaurant is really nice looking and also offers a variety of food. When I say variety, I mean variety. There’s sushi, steak, rice bowls, fist…literally everything. My mom and I split the sushi and steak, while my dad got some Korean bbq bowl. Both were really delicious!

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After lunch, it was finally time to head to the airport. My parents flight was an hour before mine, but I still decided to just go to the airport with them. I flew back to Eugene.

I hope you enjoyed my East Coast travel diaries or blog posts (whatever you want to call them). I cannot wait to do more traveling and write about it. Next big trip…TAIWAN!

~Taylor

 

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