I left a piece of my heart in the beautiful city of Boston. With its exquisite architecture and boutique filled streets i was very sad to leave. We visited some great places and met some fantastic people.
One of the oldest cities in the United States, Boston is home to many colleges and universities making Boston an international centre of higher education and medicine, and the city is considered to be a world leader in innovation. Boston has a growing art scene and we were lucky enough to be invited along to the gorgeous Liquid Art House. LAH brings a colourful splash to the Boston dining scene with a combination global art gallery and upscale nouveau-American restaurant.
The big, ambitious space opened last month and feels more Manhattan showroom than Boston restaurant. Paintings and modern sculptures line the walls. The lighting and furniture are works of art, too. You can purchase any piece for your own home. Diners get menu-like catalogs with artist bios and prices. After our gorgeous cocktails and dinner we were given a private showing to all the art on display. It was the perfect finish to a great trip.
You cannot visit Boston without a little stop at Georgetown Cupcake. This place serves up the best cupcakes with flavours such as peanut butter fudge, chocolate salted caramel and Key Lime pie plus so many more! The coffee is pretty damn good too..