Today I continue talking about my recent trip to Boston.You can see my previous post here: Boston Travel Guide 2021 _ Marriott Long Wharf, Union Oyster House, Boston Common

Near Boston Marriott Long Wharf hotel

 Day 2

Next morning, after quick breakfast at Boston Marriott Long Wharf, we took a 30-minute stroll to the Museum of Science of Boston. (yes, we mostly walked from the moment we parked our car in the garage of our hotel to the moment we checked out from the hotel). 

Boston, MA
Museum of Science of Boston is a science museum with an indoor zoo that is located in Science park. It features different temporary exhibits (more than 700 interactive exhibits), as well as IMAX films, and Planetarium shows. While some of the exhibitions were more for older kids, my 10 years old still enjoyed most of the part.

Boston Museum of Science

After spending about 3 hours in the museum of Science, it was time to have lunch. And, since we were still under previous night's "magical" North End influence, we decided to go back to the same Italian restaurant. Unfortunately, my husband and daughter didn't enjoy their meals this time, my Alfredo pasta came delicious though. (Don't mind a piece of fried chicken breast in tomato sauce _ laying on top of my pasta, in the picture below LOL. My daughter insisted to share it with me.) After our lunch, it was time to go to the hotel and have some rest before going out again.

Italian Neighborhood in Boston

Pasta "Alfredo" 

After some rest and double-shot of espresso, it was time to go to our next destination but because of rain forecast, instead of walking to Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum that was about 15 minutes away, we walked to Faneuil Hall Marketplace (less than 5 minutes away) __ it's a marketplace and meeting hall that is located near the Waterfront. 

Double Espresso in Marriott Long Wharf
Faneuil Hall Marketplace, also called Quincy Market offers a lot of stores, including local shops and international brands, also restaurants and street performers. We stayed in Quincy Market, shopped in the stores, (we even found Christmas store where we spend time choosing our Christmas ornaments) and then had some delicious dinner. We were glad we didn't walk too far because on our way to the hotel it started raining, so we rushed back to the room, hoping that next morning the weather would be better.

Day 3

Next day, we woke up to a rainy morning, and even though we couldn't enjoy walking in beautiful streets of Boston, we decided to make best out of our trip and went to The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. 


As we expected it was an absolutely amazing experience for all of us. The interesting fact: The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston is 14th largest art museum in the world. It contains more than 450,000 works of art.

Museum of Fine Arts in Boston

Unfortunately we couldn't see everything, but we saw most of the exhibitions, including: European Painting 1550-1700, Art of the English Regency, South and South-East Asian Art, Arts of Islamic Cultures, Arts of Korea, British Arts 1500-1800.

After the museum visit, we stopped by at the Panera Bread to grab some flat pizza bread and some pastries, and as sad as it was , we had to come back home earlier but we decided to visit Boston again and see everything we couldn't see on our first trip.

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Stay Fabulous!