(Pretend that it’s January 30th)
It was our last day in Boston, so we tried to live it up. First stop: Samuel Adams Brewery tour. It was soooo great! It is free and really informative. I learned all about the difference between ale and lager, ingredients, and the way they brew different kinds of beer. Best part is…you get to try different kinds of Sam Adams. To be honest, I’ve never been one of those people who is all about “good beer”, but this was a fun experience. I have been wanting to try every kind since we took the tour. My favorite we tried was their Harvest Pumpkin Ale, but it was all delicious. We even got free little glasses!
Straight from the tour, we went the Museum of Science. That place is soooo cool. When we were little, Dud always took us to this museum in ATL called Sci-Trek, but they closed it about 10 years ago. It’s such a shame, because museums like that are so great for visual and kinesthetic learners. I feel like all of us learn things more efficiently when we can see and touch it. The Museum of Science in Boston also has a theater, Planetarium (seriously named the Charles Hayden Planetarium), and many demonstrations and special exhibits. Unfortunately, we couldn’t stay very long because we had to go pick Karen up from class, then go to the airport. However, Karen took us to eat lunch at a place featured on Man vs. Food (such a gross show). They are known for their Burgers, and let me tell you, they were delicious!!
The flight, once again, was wide open. Dud was upgraded to first class, so Non and I had a seat open in between us. Also, because there was NO ONE on the flight, the flight attendants gave us the can of beverage!! Yes!