United States of America · 5 Days · 6 Moments · July 2018

Massachusetts


10 July 2018

Tuesday I went bac into Boston and walked the famous Freedom Trail. It was really pretty, I got see a lot of the city and I really enjoyed reading about it's history too. In the evening Anita and I went to the Harvard University and I touched Harvad's Foot for good luck for futur tests and exams.

9 July 2018

Monday we justbrealxed on the beach and had a little photoshoot which was a lot of fun. And I also built a sandcastle. In the evening we drove back to Stow (Anita's house)

8 July 2018

Sunday was a great day! We took a ferry to Martha's Vineyard, an island south of Cape Cod. We rented two bikes and rode rom Oak Bluffs to Edgartown and back. The ride was beautiful, it took us mostly along the ocean and also the two little towns are georgous. In Oak Bluffs there are the so called 'Gingerbread Houses'. It's like a little town in the town itself andnit's definitely worth walking through.

7 July 2018

Saturday morning Anita and I drove down to Cape Cod. We stayed at Meredith's parents house, which is amazingly big, 4 bedrooms, about 6 bathrooms, a movie room an a big porch with a hot tub. The neighborhood they live in is kinda like a gated comunity, which means we had to pass a gate before we could go in. It even had a private beach that we could go to as their guests and we were allowed to take they golf cart there, how cool's that?😍 We spent the day mainly on the beach, we played pool for a ehile in Andy's office andbwent back to the beach to watch the sunset and a couplr of fireworks. Beautiful!

6 July 2018

Friday was Anita's Birthday so we spent the day relaxing and celebrating her special day.

5 July 2018

I took the plane up to Boston and started my trip with eating in a great vegan Thai restaurant. Then I just walked through the city exploring a few parts but with a lot of stops and relaxation time inbetween cause it was just so hot. I went to Chinatown, the Boston Common and the Public Garden (with the little duck statues called ' Make way for the ducklings!' - fromba children's book). Then I visited Beacon Hill (including Acorn Street, which is the most photographed street in Boston). Beacon Hill is a very cute area with brick stone buildings and cute little streets. I walked until the Longfellow Bridge and then back to the South Station to catch my subway to Anita's place.