This blog chronicles pretty much everything interesting I do. Sometimes I struggle coming up with ideas to write about because I don’t often do interesting things; most of the time I’m sitting on the computer, waiting for something interesting to show up in front of me. Ironically, writing blogs is a form of distraction for me; when I decide to log into WordPress, it’s usually because I have nothing better to do and I need to occupy my time with writing. Sometimes that’s because I have the opportunity to write, other times I make the opportunity myself.
The point of this is, I don’t often do interesting things or travel very much, even though I love travelling immensely. So when Alex and I decided to book a trip to Boston for later in the month, we did so while looking forward to getting out of the apartment and exploring the city on our own.
We love Boston, and we have memories there. Alex spent two and a half months of an internship living in Boston. I visited every weekend or so, and we made sure to explore as much of the city as we could. We even found local spots, such as Coffeebreak Cafe and Acapulco’s, places with a unique, captured magic that we just wish would be replicated in Stamford. There are some places in Stamford that have their own unique magic, though, such as Corbo’s and the mall. But Boston still remains dearly in our hearts, partly because of its connection to our friends, also. I have friends who live in Boston that I still haven’t seen in ages, and I look forward to meeting them again when we take our trip.
Overall, the trip is going to be one for the ages, and there’s no doubt that it’ll be worthwhile.