The last of my Boston pictures. As you can probably tell, last weekend was my favorite.

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.  

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-The architecture on so many different buildings took my breath away and it also filled up my camera memory card:)

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-I could walk up and down Newbury Street all day long, cutest street ever.

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-My new favorite t-shirt on the planet.  I love the elevation map at the bottom.

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-Signs in all of the windows around town!

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-Of course this had to happen.  

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-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.

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-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.

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-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?

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-Running by water just feels right.

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-Yeah, so I don’t know about this:

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-Posing with a pair of the coolest running shoes ever invented.  

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-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.  

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-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?!?

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-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!

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-The best of the best.  Team Stonyfield.

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-It sure is nice when you have a professional massage therapist on a running trip with you:)

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-The 3D elevation map of the Boston course in the Adidas store was pretty darn awesome.

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-You were all right, the Boston jacket was the best running investment I could ever make:)

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-Brooke was pretty thrilled with the souvenir that I brought home for her.   Now we both really love Boston.

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-Me after the race.  It was quite the struggle to take off all of my soaked clothing from the rain.

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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?

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Looks like you had fun beyond the marathon. Races are always amazing experiences. I’m not a fan of Necco or pizza margarita drinks either.

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Aww, Brooke and the Boston Bear. Too cute!

CONGRATS on an AMAZING finish time in such crazy conditions. And your TV interview was adorbs.

I can’t wait for Boston 2016!! Will you be back next year??

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When I lived in Washington DC I mastered the metro system there. It was so easy! I always get turned around on the subway in NYC though!

It is so dry in KS, any water would be amazing, but running by water just doesn’t happen!

Best running purchase, probably my Boston hoodie from a few years ago. I wear it all the time! Or my Road ID, that’s always a winner.

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Come to Topeka some weekend and we can do a lap around Lake Shawnee. It’s beautivul

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Yeah, I don’t know about the pizza energy food either. That’s different.

LOL–I do like Necco wafers!

Your photos and summaries have been amazing, Janae. Thank you so much. Really fun to feel a part of it.

Running by water = LOVE but I live in Colorado so don’t get to very often.
I do always run when we go to Mexico and love looking out at the water (and the easy running of being at sea level).

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Looks like you had lots of fun in Boston! Running along water is so great, I don’t get to do that much where I live now but will all the time when I move to the Seattle area.

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Oh man, I live in Chicago so there are about 21657864184 favorite places for me to eat. It can be dangerous.

The best running investment I ever made was every time I go in for a running evaluation before buying new shoes. The investment is in the shoes and I know I am getting the right ones for me based on the evaluation.

I get to run along Lake Michigan so I’m pretty happy about that. I grew up around nature and water so I was afraid that I would lose that when moving to the city. Now this is the biggest body of water I’ve ever run near!

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Love these pics, looks like you had so much fun!

My car and my good ol legs are my main forms of transportation. I like in the burbs pretty far from any public transpo. Whenever I go to big cities I get super confused by their train systems. My attempts at the train in San Francisco were especially comical.

My best running investment hands down has been my Garmin. I love that thing.

There is a pond in my backyard, and I can kind of see it when I run by my house. Does that count as running along water ;) No? Ok then no, I’m pretty far away from an real bodies of water.

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Janae! You were right around the corner from my house! Floramos is right down the street :) Did you stay at a hotel in Chelsea? I was just talking about the struggle to take off the soaked and cold clothes after the marathon! I am still doing the post-marathon shuffle! :) Btw, a 3:12 in that weather? You are incredible!

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Oh my goodness your questions aren’t in color. HGR first?!?!

What the heck is Necco!?!??!

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I drive to work and for most errands, but take transit (train) to get to school and see my boyfriend. I hate driving downtown(plus parking is super expensive), so I prefer the train.

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Man, I’m so bummed I missed you! You even stayed close to my boyfriend’s place from the looks of it! Airport T stop on the Blue line? That’s his stop! Ugh. I’m so glad you had such a good time here! It’s a great city!

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Never stop posting pictures from your trip.

I hope you saved those Necco wafers for my 80 year old husband. If not, I have a bottle of tums I can give him instead…cause they taste the same.

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You will have to bring Brooke with you the next time you come to Boston. We have some awesome museums and beautiful playgrounds. It is a super kid friendly town!

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The best running investment I ever made were my Boston jackets – Though my 2013 jacket was stolen. So sad I couldn’t fly up there this year but I loved living vicariously thru you ! I get to run on the beach in Jacksonville FL bc I live so close pretty often. I love reading your pregancy posts ! They have helped me get much needed motivation when I feel too big and slow to run. Congrats on your amazing time !!!

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No way! Someone stole your 2013 Boston jacket? I have one and it is my most prized possession….so I cannot imagine how you feel! Where was it stolen from? I am so sorry! :(

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My car was broken into !!! So upsetting :(.

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Hi there,

I’m from/still live in Boston and NECCO wafers were invented here, so I guess they wanted to put a little bit of Boston history in your finisher’s bag. A lot of gross candy was invented here actually (Junior Mints, Charleston Chews, Mary Janes). They should have given you a Boston Creme doughnut instead, though i guess that might have gotten soggy.

Those Clif pizza squeeze things were at the LA marathon expo too and people were actually waiting in line to try them….so strange. Pizza is fine just the way it is.

I was out on the course on Monday cheering with my running club at mile 23.5 and saw you. I yelled “Go Hungry Runner Girl” after you ran by, so I guess you heard me through all the commotion. Anyway, great race and I’m glad you enjoyed your time in Boston!

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Who’s gonna turn down a Junior Mint? It’s chocolate, it’s peppermint — it’s delicious!”

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Your whole trip looks like so much fun! Sugar heaven looks like my kind of place :) the best investment i have ever made is my garmin! I pretty much wore it for a week (okay a month) non-stop after I first got it :)
I am soooo spoilt and get to run along water all the time as I live in sydney Central! This also means that my usualy mode of transportation is walking or taking the bus (often it is quicker to just walk! :) ). And in nz you can never get too far from the coastline so yeah I am totally spoilt about running near water haha.

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I visited Boston in January and you’re pictures take me back :)
When I lived in Pittsburgh, I ran by water 3-5 times per week. Now that I’m back in Kentucky, I don’t get to run near water nearly enough!
My garmin was my best running investment by far so far haha

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I run along water every day… it never gets old. Living on Lake Michigan has its benefits! And I agree with Megan. Don’t stop posting pictures from Boston!!

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I’m mostly subways since I live in a city with great public transportation.
NYC has too many amazing restaurants, but my heart belongs to the burgers at Amsterdam Burger. And the pizza at Bravo.

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I LOVE running along water. If I’m out of town and there is water I find a trail. Some of my favorite runs!
I like NECCO candies. It’s sugar isn’t it?
In Salt Lake I use my car but I love going to NYC and using the subway. I have it mastered…sorta. I would love to be car-less but I live in an area that is not convenient to public transportation.
Congrats on Boston! You killed it!

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I’m in Texas so I drive everywhere, but I LOVE when I travel to a place with such active public transportation, it’s such a time and money saver!

Okay, that Cliff marinara is strange to say the least!

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My main form on transportation around town is by foot. I live in the cutest downtown area that also happens to be right along the water with a great bike path (that stretches 13 miles.. perfect for marathon training!) and a huge park. Needless to say, I’m spoiled with my running views of the ocean.

My best running investment is my Garmin! However, my NYC marathon running jacket does strike up lots of conversations every time I wear it :)

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Fave Nashville restaurant: Margot…especially for brunch!
Transportation: bike
Running investment: coach Mark Hadley and my Garmin620
We have a beautiful creek that runs along the greenway near my house, but I love when I get to run by the ocean on vacation.

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Coach Mark Hadley has been my best running investment also!

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He’s the best!!

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Looks like the perfect weekend!!
Best running investment: My Garmin!
Public Transportation: I wish, but it’s all about the car (although great news: they are putting in a metro system close by to get to downtown, so that will be so cool!)
I feel really lucky to live close to the beach – I can run along the water everyday and I don’t take it for granted :)
I hope you keep enjoying the memories of your awesome weekend!

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I also invested in the Boston jacket. LOVE IT and plan to wear it like five times per week :)

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Lazaranda – a super fresh Mexican restaurant that has the BEST seafood soup (Tlalpeno) and Salads!!! The Lazaranda salad is covered with GIANT fresh grilled veggies, chunks of panela cheese and peanuts. They have a pretty killer green tomatillo salsa too. Now I’m hungry Janae……

BTW it is super fun following you and your running! thanks again for sharing :)

http://www.lazarandadallas.com/menu.php

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I feel like Necco wafers are a requirement to be in the bag since they’re made in the Boston area! I don’t love them… unless you’re decorating a gingerbread house! :)

So glad you enjoyed my little hometown.

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awe yay.!! all looks like so much fun. I can’t say enough, I love love your shirt.! and Brooke is adorable with her little Boston teddy :)
My best running investment has to be my running watch.! best 150 I’ve ever spent. What else do you use on a daily like that. lol
I run along a creek.? does that count. haha

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-I live in Vegas so there are a ton of nice restaurants. But, I honestly stick with Olive Garden and BJ’s ;) Can’t go wrong there!
– I travel mainly by car. The only alternative in my city is the bus, no thank you!!
– My best running investment is by far my Garmin. It’s my bff.
– Living in the desert sucks. There’s No. Water. Anywhere. But rocks are fun I guess.

I’ve heard of those Clif drink things! They are intriguing but also sketchy! Lol.

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How did I not know about those CLIF pizza-flavorored thingys? I must have one for my next long run. I’m not really into Clif bars anymore but pizza makes everything better.
I live in NYC so my main transportation is subway… or, you know, running :-)

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You did so great I’m just incredibly happy for you! You ran in TOUGH conditions!

I’ve never had Necco wafers. :(

And the best race gear I ever invested in was the 2014 NYCM shirt. I love it. I love it so much I’m tempted to check the site for any extras.

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Awesome job on the marathon. You were in my hometown. Mexico wafers were invented here-that’s why they were in your goody bag.

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Necco not Mexico-autofil

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We live by Lake Erie and there is an awesome path to run on right on the water. You know, in the two good months of the summer because the rest of the year it’s quite possible we are dumped on by snow!!

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Living in NYC I take all types of transport. Subways buses cars and I am on the Staten Island ferry right this very moment :)
I couldn’t live without my moving comfort sports bras.

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You are SO fun and cute! I loved meeting and hanging out with you this past weekend. Your personality is so positive and bubbly it is contagious. Way to rock your run! :)

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I had to have my girlfriend pull off my wet sicks for me… i couldn’t pull them off because I Was too weak!!! AWFUL!!!

i LOOVEEEEEEE Necco wafer candies!!!!!

I bought the Lobster shoes at the expo…I couldn’t resist….

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In the summer I run by the ocean, on the boardwalk. It’s almost that time of year again :) Can’t wait! And no to the Neccos, just no!

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Because Necco wafers are made in Boston! When you do a Duck Tour, they give you Necco wafers then too :)

AH I miss boston! I worked on Newbury street for a long time, and then in the Prudential Center for a while too! Love seeing all of your pictures :)

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I love your Boston jacket! The cut is SO cute. And I love Necco wafers EXCEPT for the licorice flavored ones. BLECH. Licorice (black) flavoring is the worst ever.

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Well Boston gets most everything right so I guess we can forgive the NECCO’s.
Getting a sports bra off a sweaty damp body is awful, but leaving it on is too. :(
We have a lot of ok restaurants but none that I would say are really good. So I save my best dining for vacations. Love running on the beach but don’t get to often enough.

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I was in the city Satutday and it hit me… I totally forgot to tell you about Sugar Heaven! I’m glad you discovered it yourself!

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LOVE those tshirts! And the signs in the windows… It’s so cool how the whole city supports the runners. I’m terrified of public transportation and am so bad at figuring it out. I can barely take a cab without freaking out.

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I know perfectly well that the entire city of Boston goes Boston Marathon crazy, an supports the runners like crazy, but even still it is absolutely amazing to see your pictures showing it. That’s seriously the coolest!

Also the coolest…. that tshirt! Now I want to run Boston just to get it haha!

I just had to google that Cliff fuel… not gonna lie, I kina love the idea!

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I live in such an awesome town with SO many great restaurants (Petaluma, CA). We’re kind of known for it. That and antiques. Oh, and we’ve had a lot of movies filmed here. (George Lucas just lives down the road a bit). I think my favorite restaurant right now is The Speakeasy.

We also have a river, with a great park & running trail that goes along it, so I run by water a lot. And we head out to the coast fairly regularly as well. That gorgeous run that I showed you?! GONE! Well, the run isn’t gone, but the amazing destination is. I posted an update about it here: http://www.myadventuresinliving.com/blog/running-in-sonoma-county

I’m sure I’m in the minority here, but I like the licorice Necco’s.

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I would send you some Floramo’s since I’m a Bostonian, however I don’t think it would survive the trip! However, there are some other great gems in Bean town, they are awaiting your arrival next year! Regarding Necco’s, I agree they are awful but they are a local Boston company (New England Confectionary CO), which is likely why you got them. Oh and I’m a metro girl who runs by the ocean.

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can you please put where to buy that shirt?! Love it!!!!

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DONNA!! I got it at the race expo and it is an Adidas shirt. I keep trying to find it online but I haven’t had any luck yet. I’ll let you know if I find it!

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That shirt is AWESOME. I’m hoping to run Boston next year and that shirt is amazing! If you find it, please let us know :)

Thanks, and awesome race!!! You did a great job!

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I did find that shirt here :) http://www.adidas.com/us/photo-tee/AI6548.html

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I found it here!!! http://www.adidas.com/us/photo-tee/AI6548.html

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Aren’t Necco’s supposed to be for when your tummy is sick? Oh wait! They MAKE your tummy sick. This is my face –> :$

I’ve always wanted to go to Boston, hubby may get to go there in the next few months on business – I may have to tag along! :)

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I’m with you on that pizza energy food…ick!

Seeing all of your Boston posts/pictures makes me want to add running the marathon to my bucket list even more!

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I LOVE neccos. You can send your candy to me :)

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Loving all the pictures from BOSTON!!! Thanks for sharing!!! Looks like a trip of a life time!!! What an awesome experience! Congrats again!!!!

Never heard or tried neccos….

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Neccos are nasty! There must have been some Necco-lovers on the Boston race planning committee or something :)

A Boston race jacket is totally worth the investment. The colors this year are AWESOME! Brooke is starting early in her love for Boston and maybe some day you two can run Boston together!

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You will have to bring Brooke with you the next time you come to Boston. We have some awesome museums and beautiful playgrounds. It is a super kid friendly town!

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I lived in Boston for 5 years and now live in New Hampshire so I couldn’t resist the lobster shoes. I wear a size 12 so I ordered them online. Unfortunately they don’t feel running great on my feet but I think I’m going to keep them for the indoor rowing championships (also held in Boston) in February.

I’m glad you loved Boston, it’s such a special city to me. I got all choked up running the BAA 5k. I was only 8 weeks post-partum with Baby #2 and all I felt was immense love for what was my city for so long.

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So glad you enjoyed your time here! It’s the best city! I take the T often, as its so super convenient to where I live. Running by water is the best, so relaxing and the best scenery.

Sad I missed you – I was cheering and searching for you by mile 24 – next time you’re in Boston you should hold a reader meetup. By the looks of it, lots of us would be there :)

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I actually really do enjoy those Necco candies! I have happy memories of them from childhood :) I’m also not sure about that pizza flavored gu. I gag just thinking about it, and don’t think I could handle it during a run.

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What a fun weekend! That’s great that you got to spend a lot of time with girlfriends… and of course, experience Boston! Love that you make it a point to stop at a candy shop. You definitely earned that sugar! :)

I run by water almost every day as we have a river that flows through town. It’s nice in the summer because it can serve as an instant post-run ice bath.

Pizza flavored energy food is just wrong.

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Love all these pics! Living Boston vicariously through you has been really fun, I gotta say.

We live on the water, and I am grateful to have a beautifully paved running path outside our complex to go running on! Its the best, the water calms my mind.

Pizza margarita….I just don’t know. Did you try it??!

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I live downtown, but still in North Carolina, so my main method of transport is my little white kia soul which I LOVE!!! <3

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Does Georgetown Cupcake count as a restaurant?

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I live in Florida so I can’t help but run along water. But don’t get me wrong, I don’t mind at all. ;)

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I LOVE Boston! It would be a dream come true to qualify and run that marathon. I would have a lot of work ahead of me. I live along lake Michigan, so I get to run along water quite frequently and I LOVE it! I don’t know what it is.

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have to include Neccos. They are the hometown favorite and easier to eat than fluff :)
Also love the pic in front of the “frappe” sign. True Boston pic. I take the red line everyday and it certainly lost its luster this winter. Congrats!

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Aw! Necco makes a traditional New England candy! They also make conversation hearts! I love that company.

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This is super silly, but I read your Boston recap right before my final long run. I’m trying to qualify for Boston in May, and you are such an inspiration. You’re super speedy and positive, but you still seem like a real person. Thanks for sharing with us!

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I am from Boston so it’s no surprise that I am a subway master. I LOVE LOVE LOVE the NYC subway though – it’s so much better than ours. I wish we had express trains!

My best running investment has been new shoes every 6 months or so. Also my gym membership, which helped me get my running in on the treadmill during our awful winter.

I wish they gave you NECCO conversation hearts. Those are better than the wafers. NECCO = New England Candy Company.

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Car!!! :-) I live in the country, so anything else is kind of unfeasible. I LOVED the train systems in Europe though.

Favorite restaurant in our town, since it’s small, has to be Guadalajara, our Mexican restaurant. Good food and super friendly service.

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I LOVE your blog. You are so bubbly. Congrats on Boston. I watched the video clip last night (our last night, I live in South Africa), you were great.
Ps I read your blog with a calculator, we run in kilometers in South Africa and I constantly have to work out what you have run and the times ext. hahaha

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I really hope those are not the last pictures of Boston, don’t stop keep’em coming!! :)
*car is my mode of transportation
*Best investment is good shoes , gloves and running jacket that’s water resistant.
*The only water I run by is the standing water from the snow melting and rain lately on the rail trail…lol :)

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Looks like an awesome time.

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I have a small pond near my townhome if that counts? Seriously though, I live about 30 minutes away from the Chicago lakefront and I have YET to run on the lakefront path other than for a race. LOVE that Boston shirt! This is really motivating me to work harder so I can BQ!

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restaurants run by water running investment transportation

I live in Tennessee, and where I run 90% of the time is our RiverWalk…………..a paved trail for runners, walkers, and bicyclists that stretches for almost 8 miles from downtown to the dam…………..it is fantastic! Every half mile and mile there are markers to let you know how far you have gone. They are big metal “art” with the number on them. Since this goes by the Tennessee river, I get to run by water!

And I live downtown so I either bike to work with the hubby or walk. We have some great pizza places (where I can get fresh pineapple and avocado) and some great local breakfast joints too………….Aretha Frankensteins and Maple Street Biscuit Company!

And my favorite running investment is probably a hat from any race I run……………I love running in a hat!

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Ha! forgot to take my reminders of the questions off my post!

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Love the pictures! I love traveling and getting to use a good subway system (so easy and fast) but in Pittsburgh we have really horrible public transportation. I’ve gotten pretty good at riding subways though! I went to Hungary last year and having to read maps in Hungarian where all the words sound/look the same (super long) to me, I feel like I can handle anything!

In Pittsburgh, we have 3 rivers and lots of little lakes so I run by water pretty much every day. It’s the best!

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Necco wafers are the BEST.

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I miss Boston during Marathon Weekend so I’m so happy you had a wonderful time! And yes, trying to get out of soaked clothes after a run is a workout in itself.

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My main form of transportation is the subway. During the nice weather months, I skip the subway and walk to work.

Living in NYC provides the great opportunity to run along the Hudson on the west side highway or the reservoir in Central Park.

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Omg so agree with that cliff pizza thing. I opened my bag saw that and immediately tossed it. Something about pizza flavored gel/mush just really freaked me out!!
And the sports bra issue. I think getting that off was 10x harder than heart break hill (not exaggerating). I literally had to take three breaks to catch my breath after trying to get it off.

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I love seeing all your Boston pics, I am from Boston (South of) and Love seeing others perspective of the city!

NECCO Factory is a Boston Based company-since the 1800’s!
Sure they could have provided Sky Bars which are AWESOME but the wafers are history!
Come back anytime! The South Shore is the Best! you can come in the summer and check out the beaches and islands.

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I’m so glad you had such a blast in Boston! I’m biased, having grown up in MA, but it’s one of my favorite cities. :) Belated congrats on a great finish time in tough conditions! It was a magical day for me and I ran 3:15, which was a huge PR from my barely-squeaking-in qualifying time. It really was unlike any other race!

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NECCO is a Boston company -they sort of had to be included :). Anyway, I have to stick up for NECCO -I LOVE them and actually suck on NECCOs when I run, I swear it’s the only thing I can eat while running that doesn’t make me sick.
I hate to be too obnoxious, but you should read about NECCO, pretty cool history :)
http://www.necco.com/About.aspx

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“Posing with a pair of the coolest running shoes ever invented.”

I feel like that sentence was written directly to me…

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I WISH I could take public transportation. I’ve been scheming up a way to ride my bike to work one day a week, but it will take 3 hours each way, so I’m scared I’ll be too tired to go home, haha.
My best running purchase has been an Ironman Arizona pullover. I’d wear it everyday if people would stop judging me :)

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Um how is it you haven’t added your Boston Marathon time to the list on the side of the blog~?~ : )
And your TV appearance, too adorable!

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I think the reason for the Necco wafers is probably that it’s a local company — their factory is in Revere, MA, I used to drive by it pretty frequently. I do agree that they’re gross, though ;-).
And though my eyes were popping at the price tag on my NYC Marathon jacket, I wore it super frequently while running this past cold winter. Plus I felt super badass every time I put it on! Definitely one of my best running investments :-).

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I LOVE Necco wafers!

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I love the El in Chicago for mode of transportation and the Metra train for getting into Chicago. I’d have to say my best running investments have been my Garmin Forerunner 220, ProCompression socks and my TP Therapy mini grid foam roller.

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I used to like Necco wafers when I visited my grandmother in CT. It’s a Boston candy. I’d prefer Junior mints!

My best running investment is physical therapy. :) Other than that supportive comfy sneakers and a moving comfort running bra.

I run near water quite often, I live on an island (which is less glamorous than it sounds).

I find the subway the most efficient transportation. If you’re in a city and can’t figure it out try using HopStop.com.

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I mostly run on trails in the woods, but this summer I’m signed up for the Rock Tahoe 1/2 marathon. Looking forward to the views of the lake! And I admit – my sis and I used to love NECCO’s when we were kids.

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it looks like you had a great time in Boston.. i love looking at your pics.. :-)

I did want to answer one question though… i love Necco candies.. lol :-)

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I had the same thought when I saw the pizza flavored energy shot…
Best running investment was my Boston shoes and jacket for sure. No regrets

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I love all of the photos, looks like you took in so much during the marathon weekend!

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All of these updates are making me so nostalgic!! I used to live on Newbury Street! It makes me happy that you loved it there :) Also, Necco Wafers are a local candy, which is probably why they made the bag (not because of their value in any other way – I’m with you).

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Necco is a Boston classic! They’re gross, but they’re a little piece of Boston.

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