Some day in the lifetime of both you and me, my posts about my trip in Boston will be complete. But it is not this day! Sorry for the extremely dreadful lack of updates lately, but my job is in its peak busy season, which means that I am too. But lets forget about work for a while and go not too far back in time and recall my wonderful time in Boston, shall we?
While our day at the aquarium was one my favourites, our day at the Museum of Fine Arts was just as awesome, but for different reasons! It’s definitely hard for me to choose between animals and history/art. The museum itself was massive! I’ve been to a few museums in my day, but this was probably the biggest that I’ve ever had the pleasure of wandering through. It was so big that it got to a point where we were too tired to carry on, and having hit all of the spots that we had really wanted to, decided to call it a day.
If you’re ever in Boston, this is definitely in my top five list of places that you absolutely need to go to. Try and start at the top and work your way to the bottom, that way your feet and legs won’t get so sore. This tends to be my go-to advice for museums and galleries. Bring a water bottle, and don’t stand too close to the paintings and artifacts (even though when the alarm goes off it’s a little fun to watch the other patrons flail).
This lovely statue greets you upon entering.
At this point I definitely could’ve used a nap, but I didn’t think museum staff would be too keen on it.
The artifacts of my people!
VINCENT. VAN. GOGH.
Augustus. What a babe.
Very tired and very happy girls filled with all the histories!