Tina navigated us through the city…
And I was unnecessarily excited for the
I went to Harvard. I mean, I went sightseeing at Harvard. But, I entered so I figure I grew in wisdom. Now Ben won’t be the only ivy league enterer around here. (Maybe I didn’t get in because I used the word “enterer”?)
Okay not really, but it was really cool to walk around the campus. No literally, it was cool, as in COLD.
I did make sure to pass by John Harvard’s statue to rub his foot for good luck on my upcoming tests.
It’s all worn down, but I’m hoping the knowledge power is still there
I’m in Massachusetts. I wouldn’t know how to spell that if not for this sign. I guess if one cannot spell the state in which an ivy league school is located, one should not be able to attend said school?
After a bit we decided to duck into a Crema Café for some refreshment. I got a hot tea and spotted a treat I’ve been trying to track down for a while. I recently learned that traditional French macaroons are not coconut. Didn’t know that!
We got there around 1pm and it was super busy! That’s always a good sign!
Tina = blogger in action!
I loved the addition of cucumber and pickles to the topping! I didn’t ask, but I don’t think it is an in-house made veggie burger.
Served with house-made spicy ketchup (Loved) and jalapeno aioli.
Tory Row offers roasted potatoes instead of fries. Works for me!
I haven’t hung out with Tina since January (at RnR AZ) and Chandra since the Healthy Living Summit! It was nice to just walk and talk
I love waterfront paths – I don’t care if it’s a river, stream, ocean or puddle of pee – I enjoy walking and running near the water <3
I am not the biggest fan of all this white stuff on the ground. I dunno, call me
Then we realized our meter was running out and we had to pee, so it was time to head back. My skin was stinging under my jeggings from the cold. Ouch.
Maybe I’m a fair weather friend because I may have to limit my visits with these two to summer time in the LBC.
See ya in a bit!