Might as well spend Labor Day exploring Boston. Based on some word-of-mouth recommendations and a quick google, I had a few walkable stops that I wanted to visit and photograph before my schedule got a bit too busy.
The architecture in some parts of Boston is nothing like what I have in New York. Most of the apartment buildings in my area look like they are straight from colonial New England times. Its definitely a nice change from the towering skyscrapers in the concrete jungle.
Fast forward to the Boston Public Garden, I paid a visit to a statue of our founding father, George Washington. I also stopped by Beacon Hill/Acorn Street (a really popular photo spot) before making my way back home by walking along the Charles River.
After staying in Boston for a couple of days, I’ve also fallen back in love with Hamilton lyrics (I have a lot more down time while exploring and commuting). This is a new chapter in my life where I have to get things right this time around.
I am not throwing away my shot.