I grew up traveling the world, always moving from place to place. From Turkey to the Netherlands, from Texas to London, the contrasts is what makes it an adventure. Sometimes I get too caught up in the places I want to go that I forget to appreciate my current surroundings. I am creating this list to remind myself what a wonderful city I live in, what superb people surround me, and the beauty of the cobblestoned roads that form my neighborhood.
The following lists my favorite parts of Boston. From popular tourist attractions to the hidden gems. This is my Boston. This guide is for perspective college students, those people (like me) who are losing touch of their surroundings, and those who just need some inspiration to explore their own cities.
I am hoping to do this in parts, eventually forming a perfect guide to all the best spots in Boston. If you have any suggestions I would love to hear them! I'm always looking for new places to explore. xx
1. Tatte Bakery & Cafe
Tatte is just fabulous, with four locations scattered around the Greater Boston Area, it is a prime place to catch up with friends, finally respond to those piling emails, and people watch. Off the Kendall Square T stop is (in my opinion) their prime location, if you plan on doing work or meeting a semi-large group of people make sure you get your timing right or else you'll be waiting awhile. But don't let this turn you away! (Pro Tip: if you can't find a seat and feeling impatient Voltage Coffee and Art is right across the street and they offer plenty of seating options, as well as make the best lattes I've ever had--try their Atticus Finch latte, it's killer).