Just my Thoughts

Public Gardens

Monday morning, my friend and I were going into the city to wait for the marathon finishers. Lynette and I walked to the T in Cambridge to go into Boston.  The ultimate goal was to see her sister Suzanne and my friend Steve as they crossed the finish line in the Boston Marathon.  We left the hotel at 9:15, giving us plenty of time to find the perfect spot to watch the race.

Special thanks go to the friendly woman on the T who was traveling with two young children.  They were heading on a trip via bus.  She took time to tell us that by getting off a stop prior to how the hotel staff had told us we could walk through Beacon Hill and see a lot more of the city.  I love Boston so am very grateful for her help in our morning of sightseeing.

Lynette and I got off the T and heading up Charles Street.  We stopped in a pastry shop and both got a muffin for breakfast.  We continued walking.

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6 thoughts on “Public Gardens

  1. It looks like it was a beautiful spring day!!! All of your Boston photos are great.

    and I think you’ll do great next weekend, especially after running the skunk cabbage. Now I’m on to worrying about the weather that day!!!

    1. It was gorgeous but the wind was chilly. I actually ended up buying a fleece as I was cold.

      I will fixate on the weather after I find out if I end up on jury duty all week next week or not. LOL! I think I have pretty much decided I am going to do it.

  2. I love Boston! Last time I was there, this past Summer, was the first time I ever had been to the Public Gardens and I took a TON of pictures! So beautiful. Now I want to go back 🙂

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