Boston: Part VII

Our last night, we treated ourselves to a Boston Red Sox game at Fenway Park against the Detroit Tigers! While the stadium was a bit old and the seating cramped for Luke, it was still an amazing experience. After a 45 minute rain delay, the Red Sox ended up losing in a pitcher’s duel 1-0.
Boston-Massachusetts-Blog-Post-28Boston-Massachusetts-Blog-Post-29After the game, around 11:30pm, as we were walking home, we passed St. Clement Eucharistic Shrine. We had wanted to stop in there so I decided to see if it was still open and it was! We later learned that it is the only place in the city with 24/7 Eucharistic Adoration. It was a peaceful oasis in the midst of the city.Boston-Massachusetts-Blog-Post-41

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7 thoughts on “Boston: Part VII

  1. Loved hearing about your trip. John and I
    did a similar trip to Boston about ten years ago. Such a great town. Love you, Aunt Kathy and Uncle John

  2. Fenway Park was awesome. We had great seats. It felt like we were back in the 1930’s. I just wish they could upgrade the seats to give you more room. It was definitely cramped

  3. Thank you for sharing your experiences and beautiful pictures with us! Loved the history and the food 🙂 You’re an amazing tour guide!
    Theresa Pihl

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