After Martha’s Vineyard, we went to Boston for a day. We spent the afternoon following the Freedom Trail. Boston’s signature attraction is a 2.5-mile line of red paint or brick that passes by key locations significant to the history of the United States. Granary Burying Ground, established in 1660, where some of America’s most notable citizens rest. The Old State House is one of the oldest public buildings in the USA.
Martha’s Vineyard, a Massachusetts island just south of Cape Cod, is mostly famous for two things: Steven Spielberg’s “Jaws” was filmed there, and former heads of state have made this tiny slice of paradise their chosen summer retreat: first the Clintons, then the Obamas. It was our first time on the island, and while we didn’t meet any shark nor any current, former or future heads of state, it is the most magical place ever. We were only doing a quick trip […]
I already shared bits and pieces on Instagram a couple of weeks ago about our time in Massachusetts, but I finally got around to going through all the photos (brace yourselves, there are a lot!). Travelling with 1 month old baby and a toddler is not the easiest, but I wouldn’t trade the memories and experiences we’ve been able to create together while doing so for anything… A summer visit to New England isn’t complete without a lobster shack experience. […]