Who doesn’t deserve a shopping spree?!

The weather is finally getting there; sunny with just the right amount of wind to keep us cool. Who wouldn’t wanna go shopping in Boston’s Faneuil Hall on a day like that. Located inches away from the waterfront, as well as Boston’s Government Center. In 2008, Faneuil Hall was rated number 4 in America’s Top 25 most visited tourist sites. Faneuil Hall has all the must have stores for any age group, boys or girls. For example, Urban Outfitters, Build-A-Bear, Newbury Comics and so much more! They also have many food options if you wanted to take a break from shopping and grab a bite to eat. If you are looking for something quick I would suggest grabbing something in Quincy Market, located in the middle of Faneuil Hall. Quincy Market has many food options with backgrounds in all ethnicities. If you are interested in sitting down for a meal though, there are many options in and surrounding Faneuil Hall for you to choose from. Don’t miss out on the fun!

Restaurants in Faneuil Hall
1.Dick’s Last Resort
4. Cheers
6.Ned Devine’s
7.Clarke’s at Faneuil Hall

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It’s Hockey Season!

With only 12 more home games for the Boston Bruins, all I have to say is catch a game while you can! This Boston team competes in the National Hockey League and has been around since 1924. Ticket prices range, but are typically higher than your average hockey game since the Boston Bruins are a six time Stanley Cup Champion team! The Boston Bruins play at the TD Garden, which is closer to Boston’s West End. So for those of you who are 21 and wanna get a drink at the bar before heading in there are plenty of bars around the area, people always rant about The Harp (It has a great atmosphere!). OR if you are hungry and wanna get a bite to each I totally recommend grabbing a cheesy slice of pizza from Halftime Pizza. It is soooooo yummy! My best friend Brooke and I just went to a game two weeks ago and got a slice from Halftime!

Press Logo for The Boston Bruins 2016 game calendar.

Happy Groundhog Day!

Happy Groundhog Day! Well as of today at 7:25 am Punxsutawney Phil, our furry little friend in Pennsylvania, decided that spring was fast approaching. With that in mind, it is time for you to do some exciting winter activities in the city if you haven’t already. Every year it is a winter must that I make it to Boston’s Frog Pond in the Boston Common. Admission to get in is only $6 or if you are under 58′ inches you get in free, what a steal! For college students who attend a school in Boston they also have students nights, where if you show your Id it is only $3 admission! Even if you’re not the best at ice skating like myself, it is still a great place to go to experience. I definitely encourage you to get a hot chocolate from there café, it is hands down one of the bests I have ever had. It is the perfect place for families to go if they are having family fun night, it makes the perfect date night for going out on the town with your crush, or even a place to go if you wanted a care free night for yourself that would be fun. It has the most perfect scenery with all the trees lit up with a great range in music as well. Oh yeah and there is no need to worry about not having a pair of skates! You can rent a pair when you get there. It is only $6 for kids and $12 for adults. They can also sharpen any skates of your own for only $3 and they even have cute blue seal seats that you can rent for toddlers, to get on the ice and enjoy the fun too! So before spring beats you to it make sure you get to visit Boston’s Frog Pond!