We arrived in the big city on Friday night. To get the festivities started, we shared a margarita and nachos for a late dinner at the mexican restauarant inside the hotel we were staying for the night.
On Saturday morning we got up and packed our suitcases back up to head across town to Encore Bed & Breakfast, where we'd be staying at the remainder of our trip.
This was my first time riding on a subway, and I was quite excited about it.
It was a gorgeous sunny day, perfect for sightseeing.
We walked around for a few hours, checking out all the monuments and sites along the way.
Truly cherishing our time together.
After eating a snack at Kitty O'Sheas, we decided we'd like to see a movie (surprise!)
The temperature was dropping rapidly, so I asked Austin if we could go back to our room and get my scarf and hand warmers before the movie.
We took a cab since we were running short on time before the movie started. Lesson learned: it is much cheaper to ride the subway!
We walked all the way back to the movie theater, but arrived a little too late to find any seats.
With an hour or two to spare before the next movie started, we decided to walk around the block and get some hot chocolate at Dunkin Donuts.
Then we saw the Book of Eli at Loew's Theatres on Tremont Street.