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travel log: Boston bound


TRAVEL BLOG


My urban travel over this last weekend was Boston Bound, and quite the adventure it was. I visit Boston occasionally each year since I have friends there and I like getting away from the New York City hustle. Boston is not the busy, chaotic city like New York is, but more like a big town. The vibe is calm, and the air is clean and crisp, with a tinge of salt in it. I thought it would be fun to share some travel tips and my favorite Boston spots with you in this blog. When packing, I did keep my accessory choices in mind and thought it fun to bring along my Heart Card Wallet, which is the ideal combination of style and utility~with multi ways to carry and wear. Check it out!




Omio App


If you want to visit Boston but don't want to spend a lot of money on train tickets, I recommend downloading this app and looking at bus tickets. The bus is comfortable and clean, and they often run between $30 and $40. The reason I advise you to do this is because you will significantly reduce your travel expenses. It takes around 5 hours to go to Boston, and the scenery along the way is breathtaking. The Maxi Tote is the ideal bag for accommodating all of your belongings.You may take this tote on the bus and not have to worry about carrying a lot of bags if you're traveling somewhere for the weekend and just need a great bag for packing, then carrying around the city with you shopping. It is easy and comfortable

to carry.


Eataly

If you are traveling to Boston, you must eat at this restaurant. It is situated in the Prudential Center, where there are numerous things to do. Rigatoni pasta and burrata are two of my favorites to order there. It's the best, I can assure you of that! There is also a market where you can buy various foods and desserts. I always make a visit here while I'm in Boston since the food is worth it and to die for. You should give it a try and let me know what you think.


Here is the link to the restaurant if you want to go Eataly.





Knight Moves Cafe


I just visited this cafe, and I have to say, it's the best. It is quite pleasant and a fantastic place to study. They even provide a variety of games for you to play with, and the staff is really friendly. I recently went with a friend and we spent about an hour and a half just talking and playing. If you want anything to drink, they have coffee and a few snacks. Go here if you're in Boston, and if you need a casual tote bag to carry around town that can hold a scarf or some warm accessories , check out our Black Tote Bag.



Here is the link for the coffee place Knight Moves Cafe



Urban travel is one of the fun, easy ways to check out cities that you can take buses or trains to visit - it is a great way to explore cities and towns that have local charm, museums, restaurants and coffee shops that open your mind to a fresh environ. Packing light and smart is essential; and always having the right accessories is key, and makes traveling that much more fun. I hope you enjoyed my blog, and let me know what you think about these places!



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