Our daughter had to work the first day of our visit so we decided to take a walk along Boston's waterfront. We happened to be staying on the water and we had never been in this area before so it was an easy choice.
The weather was perfect - sunny and in the 70's. We started by sitting outside on some really comfy seating at the more upscale establishment of Smith and Wollensky's. There was an afternoon concert going on and we enjoyed the music and the view.
Moving on, we walked by The Boston Tea Party museum where there were kids dumping tea into the harbor from a ship. And people getting their picture taken with this gentlemen. So I had to do it too! (I don't know what the appeal of getting your picture with a statue is but I always have to do it)
We passed by the famous Hood milk bottle in front of the Children's Museum and headed down to The Barking Crab enjoying this stellar view.
The Barking Crab was a more casual place and I enjoyed their sangria while Mr. UR had a beer - I can't remember but probably a Sam Adams since we were in Boston. There were people wearing bibs and enjoying crab while some were just chillin in the sunshine.
By then our daughter was off work and we walked about 10 minutes away for dinner. Good food, good views and good company.
I was very surprised to see these jellyfish in the water. I didn't think that jellyfish would be this far north in the colder water.
Also, if you are in Boston or are going there, don't miss the art installation in front of the Intercontinental over the Greenway. Here is a daytime view and nighttime view. (I'm pretty sure I took 20 photos of it and it looked different in each one.)
Have you been to Boston's waterfront?
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