Wednesday, August 15, 2012


A few weeks ago I was in Boston for a conference.  Besides the conference part, it was nice to spend some time in my favorite city.  My hotel happened to be close to Copley Square.  I saw the Trinity Church almost a few times each day and each time I had a great appreciation to the structure. Trinity Church stands alone amidst other modern towering buildings reminding everyone how old the city dates back in history.  Just amazing and lovely.  Definitely one of my favorite spots in Boston.  Have you ever been to Boston?  Do you live in Boston?  What is your favorite place to go?


Closet Fashionista said...

Wow, such a beautiful building!! Sadly I have never been to Boston (shocking, I know, ha ha)

Courtney Erin said...

This is one of my favorite places in Boston as well - and there are so many to choose from!

Courtney ~

Laura Go said...

I'd been to Boston back in high school when I did a summer pre-med program, but I don't remember where I went and what I saw. :( All I knowz is that I wantz to live in the coast!

In regards to your comment in my veggie post, I thought that it was going to be hard to make a switch, but I actually don't have any cravings for Filipino food, which is very very meat-centered. It's been a while since I had some good Filipino dishes, being that my husband hates bagoong or alamang (which I totally LOVE), and I am so very tired of adobo (his favorite dish) hahaha
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his little lady said...

what beautiful structure! i've never been to boston, i really need to visit!
xo TJ

Jeeda said...

Beautiful pics!! I stumbled upon DelaChic and love the content...will definitely be back;)

Anonymous said...

I love Trinity Church!

Bummed we missed each other while you were in Boston.


Louise said...

Christine, that church is beautiful, I would love to visit and just stare! hehe I've only been to Boston once, and it was a one day trip. I can't even remember all the things we saw. I remember being on the, is it the freedom trail? for a bit. Then walking in china town, some farmer's market and then walking on the pier. Really, it was such a short trip. Maybe if I make it out there, we can meet up?! that would be fun! XO

Alex Elizabeth said...

I have to say that I basically never get to Boston... it's such a cool city though!

LyddieGal said...

I think i'd love to see a photo of what that area looked like when the church was the biggest building around.

Love Boston, will be visiting soon!
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