With all the balmy weather we've been having lately, the trees have taken it upon themselves to start summer early. Walking around Boston this weekend was like walking around a fairy tale, with gracious old brownstones and old-fashioned street lights beautifully decorated by a profusion of flowering pink and white magnolias. I wanted to put down a blanket and have a romantic picnic surrounded by petals... but unfortunately the weather resolutely refused to cooperate, with gray skies and a decidedly chilly wind making cuddling up inside a far more attractive option.
Lovely husband C. and I spent our weekend in Boston wandering the streets, walking through parks, eating cupcakes and sipping coffees in warm little cafes when it got too cold for us to stay outside. We spent Saturday evening at a cozy restaurant, indulging in a delightful degustation dinner and then on our way home we decided to see the midnight screening of The Hunger Games (one word - awesome). We kicked off our Sunday brunching with family at a busy little bakery in the South End and flew home to NYC planning a trip back to the Boston beaches in the summer.
All in all, a wonderfully relaxing weekend taking in a new part of the States. What did you get up to?
From New York, with love xox