However, the brunch at MP Taverna was great. I enjoyed Scallops with cauliflower, dried cherry, brown butter. It was delicious and the elongated train trip was worth it. Of course, it's always great to visit with my friend, Katie.
The next weekend, I went with my daughter, her husband and my granddaughter to Boston. First, we stopped in Worcester to pick up their eldest son who will graduate in June. Then, off to the heart of Boston, to visit his brother.
After touring the college, we walked the neighborhood before enjoying our lunch at Stephanie's On Newbury. My selection was the Red Hat Corned Beef Hash. The serving was very generous. After the family completed their delicious meal, we walked along the Charles River to the Hatch Shell, where the Boston Pops gives a concert on July 4.
We returned to the "Public Garden" As we walked, we found Mother Goose and her ducklings. It seemed to be a very popular spot. We actually had to wait our turn just to take a photo. As we crossed the park and entered the Boston Common, we came upon a huge group of people of all ages, with children dressed in their Halloween costumes, enjoying the Pumpkin Festival. Boston seems to hold events of many kinds for their residents and visitors.
I had more travels following this, but I'll share about them in my next post.
Perhaps by Catherine Hall (on Kindle and the Nook)
The Book of Micah by Catherine Hall (on Kindle and the Nook)