Well, that’s what I call a crazy night!
Our evening started with about 50 beautiful girls in the lobby of the Radisson.
We took advantage of the lovely evening and headed by foot to the Fishermen’s Village on the North End.
It was great because I was able to talk to some fellow bloggers one on one that I was not able to before.
It was a wonderful 1.4 mile walk… well maybe a little longer due to some slight GPS miss calculations.
When we made it to the North End it was PACKED!
The tiny streets were lined with various venders and packed shoulder to shoulder with people.
Unfortunately we lost a lot of our group in the crowd. We debated finding a restaurant to eat, but decided to join the spirit of the crowd and split up for meals of our own.
I forget what the proper name for it was, but I ended up getting this AMAZING fried rice ball stuffed with spinach and feta then coated in marinara sauce.
Just a head’s up for a Healthy Living Summit, this evening was not healthy at all, but it sure was amazing!
The gang tracked down a beer garden and I enjoyed a refreshing Watermelon Ale.
It was interesting to say the least. It was cold and wet and did the trick.
Next up we spotted a wine tasting tent.
At this point I was full of rice ball and beer and just wasn’t feeling the wine at all.
Can I just say Sammie’s son ‘D’ is the cutest thing ever?!
I was very excited our last stop of the evening was the famous Mike’s Pastry.
I’ve seen this place featured on Kath’s blog so many times I knew it was going to be great.
We all enjoyed standing on the street corner trying out treats.
I’ll admit i had my fair share of bites. I just had to try everything!
Sammie’s husband, Charlie, was great and brought us Cannolis from a rival bakery, Modern Pastery.
Apparently these are the best cannolis in Boston. I’ll admit they were pretty tasty.
D Agreed. 🙂
Once again I was part of the walking group. It felt good once again to mingle while digesting and walking. Of course once we made it back everyone was more then exhausted.
I was afraid the night was going to turn into a total let down, but it ended up being awesome. I’m so sad tomorrow is our last day in Boston. Is it really almost over? 🙁 Boooo…..