Travel: 3 Days in Boston Fall edition

If you're a sucker for the Fall Season, i recommend booking a short trip to Boston in November. During this time the leaves on the trees are vibrant with colorful colors and the weather is bearable.

On my first outing in Boston we took the subway to Fenway Park. There (fyi:purchase tickets in advance) we got to tour Fenway and learn its park's history.

Boston University is my top contender for graduate schools. It's located right by the Charle's River. On the other side of the river is where you'll find Cambridge.

Right by the Boston Convention Center is a grass area called the Lawn at D. Here is where you'll find there giant circular swings. Fun fact: these swings light up at night.

On my second day in Boston I ventured out to Cambridge to tour Harvard University, the oldest university in the United States. Fun Fact: the students on their way to class were dressed in their pj's.

Beacon Hill is one of Boston's most prized possession. Here is where you'll find its rich history. Acorn Street is the famous street in Boston known for its cobblestone.

The best photos to capture "FALL (the season)" is at Boston's Public Garden. Here is where the majority of tourists flock. The park perfectly placed in between the Charles River and Downtown Boston.

Quincy Market is where you'll find an array of Bostonian foods. Similar to Los Angeles's Grand Central Market, Quincy Market is a food lovers dream.

One of the first immigrants to Boston were the Italians. Little Italy in Boston houses some of the most decadent Italian restaurants. If you have a sweet tooth like me be sure to stop at Mike's Pastry for some mouth-watering cannoli's.

On our third and final day in Boston we headed over to Newbury street where we found the Boston Public Library. Every desk was filled with students from the different universities Boston city has.

Tickets for the Mapparium are only $6. You get a 360 degree view of a globe. Be careful here, photos are not allowed to be taken due to copyright issues.

Hockey is one of Boston's most favorite sports. On our last night we bought front row tickets to Northeastern's Hockey Homecoming game versus Norte Dame.

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