After a yummy breakfast in Roslindale we went to the SoWa open market which is like an upscale farmer's market but with antique stores added into the mix.
The rest of the day was spend walking around "the Hub" which is Boston's nickname, short for "the hub of the universe".
I suppose when you make up your own nickname there are no rules so may as well go big.
Since this is our first trip to Boston I was completely unaware that the Boston bombings at the finish line of the Boston marathon was amid the above churches and store fronts in the heart of Boston.
The view from Top of the Hub on the 52nd floor is incredible. We got a fancy martini and enjoyed the sights.
Our dinner plan was something that we had been looking forward to for days. Keith was going to make us clam boil... corn, mussels, onion, potatoes, clams and whole lobsters cooked in a large pot with seasonings. The entire meal, including 4 lobsters and dessert, was less than 60$.
I prompted Keith in this picture to be proud of his work.
After dinner, which was unbelievably amazing, we digested on the porch.
I cannot imagine a better way to wrap up the summer.