I’ve lived my whole life in the Boston area and I have to say fall truly is beautiful here. Of course, I am a bit biased, but Boston is rich in history, add a little fall color, and you have some beautiful photos. During this past fall some friends were visiting from California who had never been to Boston before so we visited all the tourist spots and, if I’m being honest, I probably looked more like a tourist then they did! The fall colors we’re so striking I couldn’t help myself. I was just clicking away with my camera the whole time.

Boston Public Garden pond suitcases at a pench
These lone suitcases just waiting at a bench in the Boston Public Gardens on a beautiful fall day remind me to travel and see the beauty where ever you go, even if you have to leave your luggage behind.

We started in the Boston Public Garden; which was created in 1837 on 24 acres of old marsh land. Where we visited the Make Way for Ducklings statues that are in honor of the children’s book by Robert McCloskey. We then made our way through Boston Common, past the MA State House, through the Holocaust Memorial, to the Harbor, and ended at Mike’s Pastries in the North end for one of their coveted cannoli’s.

Boston MA State House
This image of Boston’s MA State House, just makes me laugh. I love it. I love what it says about Boston, that in the middle of the city there is still nature, and trees!

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