Boston to Cape Cod
Hi there friends! How was our weekend? Mine was pretty great! The weekend started off in Boston and if you have only a short time in Boston, there are two things you must do! First, visit the Boston Commons and second, visit Fenway Park. Both are equally classic Boston but for different reasons.
Boston Commons is to Boston what Central Park is to NYC, except it is so much prettier!
See what I mean?
Boston is known for its superfans. Every single sports team has a great following but nothing beats the summer tradition of cheering for the Red Sox at Fenway Park.
Seriously, the seats may be old but the charm isn’t. The energy in Red Sox Nation is unparalleled. A few years ago we went to Yankee Stadium (to watch Red Sox versus Yankees, let’s be clear) and the enthusiasm for the home team just isn’t the same as in good old Beantown.
If you are in Boston, I recommend the W Hotel. It’s actually a relatively new hotel. It was being built when I first started law school, so not that old! If you do book into the W, make sure you request the Cool Corner Room. Panoramic views of the city plus an awesome tub in the room. It’s one of the coolest rooms I’ve ever stayed in–no pun intended!
The W recently teamed up with yogibrity, Tara Stiles to create on-demand, in-room yoga sessions. There’s a sequence for whatever mood your in from jet lagged to gearing up for a night out.
Just a short hour from the W Hotel in downtown Boston, led me to this:
Kayaking on Cape Cod. It was a seriously beautiful day with flat calm waters and just the right amount of sun. I think we ended up kayaking for about two hours!
And even some overcast skies can’t bring me down on a weekend in July. We headed out for some mini golf and I actually won! I couldn’t believe it. It was a close game though!