This day my sister and I roamed around what seemed like all of Boston. We started at Davis square to sell some clothes at Buffalo Exchange and ended up having lunch at The Burren which was an authentic Irish pub–literally everyone in there had an Irish accent, I felt like we had transported for a sec. Then we went to Newbury Street, torturing ourselves with some highly expensive window shopping. We ended at the North End for a show at the Imrov Asylum which was actually the most hilarious thing I’ve seen in a while. I highly recommend seeing a show there if you’re ever in Boston. I of course had to make a stop at Mike’s Pastry to get a a red velvet cupcake after the show because if you’re in the North End you’re crazy if you don’t stop at Mike’s Pastry. I’m told everything is good (especially the canolis) but I’m so obsessed with cupcakes that’s all I ever get. There was also a moving exhibit where they put 75 pianos around the city for anyone to play which is such a cool idea. It was nice to walk around my old neighborhoods again, I really do miss real city living sometimes.