I promised you to post more about our anniversary we took so now that it’s been almost a month I figured it was high time! We started out in Boston and ended up in DC and had a blast in both cities. We had both been to DC but hadn’t been to Boston so it was fun for us to experience a new city together and experience a city we had both been to separately before but now got to go to together!
Our first night in Boston at this cute little restaurant and bar at the Charlestown Navy Pier with a great view of downtown Boston!
We spent our days exploring, walking miles upon miles, and learning how to be city slickers by riding the subway!
We tried lobster, Maine lobster, to be exact for the first time. Sorry Larry the lobster…
And then my husband surprised me with an amazing anniversary present (as if the trip wasn’t enough) a sparkling wine tour that took us to several different local restaurants in Boston where we were able to try some delicious sparkling wines as well as a few great eats!
We ended at this cute little restaurant that had a private room up this narrow staircase, exactly how I envisioned Boston!
We then headed to DC! We stayed in Georgetown, which we couldn’t have loved more! Such a fun area full of great shopping and eating.
While we didn’t see the Pres, I did get asked to do an interview about the Democratic Debate!
Just hanging out at the Washington Monument with this in the background! You’ll notice hats were my bffs on this trip because 1. they are a great fall fashion accessory 2. they helped with windblown/rained on hair 3. I like them!
On the evening of our actual anniversary…
And on our last day in DC we took a private tour of the capitol which was so fun.
We had a great time on our anniversary trip exploring these fun cities, the great weather made it even more special of a time for us!
If you’re looking to travel to these cities our top EverydayMrs’s (and Mr) approved activities are:
- City Wine Tour in Boston
- Take a stroll (or 5) down Newbury street in Boston’s back bay
- Tour these cities on foot, take advantage of your two feet, you will see so much more! (definitely use the subways and users when needed though!)
- Take a private tour of the capitol by contacting your local Representative