Tbt To Bean Town

So, this time I decided to make a quick visit to one of my favorite cities in the world- Boston!

When I was 19 years old I moved to “Bean Town” as many call it, where I went to college. I spend there 4 amazing years of my life and didn’t have the chance to go back since 2012 until now…

Boston, in my opinion is a city that never changes; everything seems to remain still like a photograph through time. Going to college is not an easy thing especially if you are leaving your family and the comfort of home. I had to learn to take care of many responsibilities by myself. Today I just feel that those things are just regular errands from everyday life, but back then it didn’t seem so simple.

The experience that this city offered me, made me grow in so many different ways, I saw myself transitioning from a teenager to a woman, and this time that I went back I felt extremely lucky that I got the chance to grow in such a remarkable city. The city remains pretty much the same: enchanting, refreshing, joyful, rich in culture and even during those long harsh winters everyone seems to be happy and full of positive vibes at all times.

I visited my favorite places in the city, walking around for almost eight hours! Since I was only going for two days I wanted to take advantage of my time there and for sure I did! Although I have to tell you there’s barely no city where you walk so calmly and where time seems to pass faster as you are enjoying every step from the Boston Common Park to Newbury and Boylston street.

Without a doubt Newbury Street is the most iconic street in Boston. It’s known for having lovely stores and good restaurants (not the best ones from Boston) but they have good quality comfort food. The vibe that this city has to offer is incredible, and as Nelson Mandela quotes- “There is nothing like returning to a place that remains unchanged to find the ways in you yourself have altered”…