Megan and Eric took my husband and I around Boston, MA last weekend. It was so awesome that my husband could join me and we had a blast with Megan and Eric touring the city! It’s so amazing to be able to see everything and not really need to take the T, or what us ‘New Yorkers’ would call the “subway”. We started with a walk to Acorn Street in the historic part of Beacon Hill. It is the most photographed street in Boston. The street itself is cobblestone (which we could not see because it was covered in snow) and the houses all have cute window boxes, plants and well-kept front doors. After Acorn Street, we walked to Faneuli Hall, Quincy Market, and down by the bay for pictures before taking a break at having snack at the Granary Tavern on Milk Street. They had awesome appetizers and delicious beers. After our stop at the tavern, the sun started setting to set. We then hopped on the T and rode it to Fenway Park. We started walking down Lansdowne Street, where the infamous “Green Monster” wall is. Even though my husband and I are avid Yankee Fans, we are both still in love with historic and iconic places. Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox’s, is just that! We walked around Fenway and found that part of it is well lit at night and the tickets sign is still illuminated. The places we visited are iconic Boston. We had a great time with Megan and Eric who are so in love with one another! I’m so bummed I am not able to photograph their wedding in July 2015, but I’m so glad I could capture their engagement!! Enjoy my favorites from their day with me!