Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Posts From The Road

Well, I'm back on the road again and I have some time to spare here in the airport.  Luckily, Google is offering free wi-fi in a lot of the airports around the country so I have a chance to share what I have been up to and let you figure out where I am.

After an all day flight yesterday, I arrived with enough spare time to wander around downtown and headed to Quincy Market to find some dinner. 


I headed straight for a place Kim and I had seen on Food Network; Durgin Park.  I had an excellend roast prime rib but I missed out on the beans. 

I called it a night and woke up early to work this morning but once again, I found myself with enough time to get some lunch at a place advertised as the oldest restaurant in america; the Union Oyster House

Have you figured out where I am yet???

I headed across town to check another famous baseball park off my list.  This is a statue of their most beloved player that's out front; Ted Williams

Yes, I was at Fenway Park, Home of the Boston Red Sox

I had to share a picture of the coolest view from a urinal I have ever seen (I promise, nothing gross)

In the Bleacher Bar, there is one-way glass overlooking the bar and the opening onto the field.  Granted you can probably only see the right fielder and a ball hit to deep center field but at least you can see grass. 

(I have to note here that I always laughed at kim for taking a picture inside a bathroom on one or two other occasions so I guess that ribbing has to end.)

Well, wish me good luck on getting a complimentary upgrade and I hope everyone is doing well!!

6 comments:

Ken and Sydnie said...

How exciting to go to all these wonderful places. Hope the Union Oyster House wasn't too busy - it was just on several episodes this week - Best of Unwrapped and a DDD.

Oergel said...

Great photo's - Boston looks amazing!

Megan said...

I'm SO jealous. Boston is totally on my list of places to go!

Tracy said...

That was cool!

Tracie said...

Oh, I love Boston! I got to see a Red Sox game there; it was so cool! Great pictures. It's such a beautiful place.

lana and drew said...

Oh... please tell me you started to sing "Sweet Caroline Bam, Bam Bam... Good time never seem to good" when you were at fenway!