Boston: Part V

One afternoon we decided to head over to Cambridge and check out Harvard. I have to say, I wasn’t that impressed with the Harvard grounds but it was still pretty neat to see. We walked around and then grabbed some ice cream at Churn, a little ice-cream truck that makes fresh ice-cream daily! They were offering two flavors, strawberry and mint chocolate chip. I went with strawberry. It reminded me of our first year of marriage when we would make home made strawberry ice-cream at least once a week and eat it with home made popcorn while watching Murder She Wrote. Good times!

While Harvard was nice, we were a little disappointed that a Church built in the mid 1700s had been converted into a cafeteria…I snapped a picture of it when we peaked inside.Boston-Massachusetts-Blog-Post-13Boston-Massachusetts-Blog-Post-14After walking around the grounds, we settled on a quaint French restaurant for dinner, Sandrines Bistro. This was by far, my favorite meal of our trip! Maybe it was the romantic window seat, or the fact that I had a glass of wine for the first time in over a year, whatever it was, it was delicious and we really enjoyed it.Boston-Massachusetts-Blog-Post-15Boston-Massachusetts-Blog-Post-16

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5 thoughts on “Boston: Part V

  1. Sandrines was absolutely delicious! Such amazing flavor! I wish we had our own personal French Chef, that would just be awesome…

  2. Hi, Katy
    I have seen Harvard a couple of times & had the same impression as you. I read a book I really liked “Still Alice” by Lisa Genova. In the book Alice is a Harvard professor. It gives you pretty good insight into the academic culture there. It is a quick read & my book club liked it too.

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