Let’s go over a bunch of random pictures from the last few days!
-We became quite the train experts while in Boston. Okay, they did. I just followed them around and pretended to know which train to get on.
-The architecture on so many different buildings took my breath away and it also filled up my camera memory card:)
-I could walk up and down Newbury Street all day long, cutest street ever.
-My new favorite t-shirt on the planet. I love the elevation map at the bottom.
-Signs in all of the windows around town!
-Of course this had to happen.
-My absolute favorite place that I ate at the entire trip was Floramos. The meatballs, marinara, salad dressing, potatoes and steak tips were out of this world good. I literally (not even kidding) had a dream about their food last night.
-This is the picture I took when getting off the plane after my red-eye. Clearly, I was wide awake enough to get the Welcome to Boston sign in the picture.
-A lady out on a walk while we were doing our shake-out run asked to take a picture of our shoes because they were so colorful:) How did she know we were obsessed with running shoe selfies?
-Running by water just feels right.
-Yeah, so I don’t know about this:
-Posing with a pair of the coolest running shoes ever invented.
-When I look at this picture I instantly start drooling. Brooks hooked us up with some delicious refreshments while at the Q & A with Desi and Amy.
-There is one thing that the Boston Marathon did wrong. They included Necco candies in our treat bag at the pre-marathon dinner. Does anybody actually like these?!?
-I absolutely loved meeting readers while in Boston. Thank you times a million if you came up and said hi, I wish we could have all talked for longer!
-The best of the best. Team Stonyfield.
-It sure is nice when you have a professional massage therapist on a running trip with you:)
-The 3D elevation map of the Boston course in the Adidas store was pretty darn awesome.
-You were all right, the Boston jacket was the best running investment I could ever make:)
-Brooke was pretty thrilled with the souvenir that I brought home for her. Now we both really love Boston.
-Me after the race. It was quite the struggle to take off all of my soaked clothing from the rain.
What would you say are some of the absolute best restaurants in your city?
What is your main form of transportation?
-Any train/subway/etc experts?
What is the best running investment that you have ever made?
Do you get to run along water very often?