|甜豆漿 Sweet soybean milk|
|小籠包 Soup dumplings!|
|Shanghai soup with marinated pork, tofu, and bamboo shoots|
|Shanghai fried rice with pork and veggies in a clay pot|
|This was my favorite! Pork and chicken with black beans and pine nuts wrapped in lettuce!|
Afterwards, we stopped by Annie's apartment, then headed out to the Museum of Science! The Museum was pretty large but we were able to see a lot of the exhibits. My favorite was the Hall of Human Life exhibit because hey, that's my life! We got to do some pretty cool activities and I learned that apparently I burn the amount of 6 or 7 grapes when I walk a mile....so little! I don't get it. They also had a really cool mini 3D theatre where we watched a short film on our immune systems. Another cool exhibit was the the Light House one where it was all about mirrors and light reflection and refraction. Annie and I stared at each other through mirrors until I saw her face sitting on my body.
|The Museum of Science sits right along the Charles River|
|Being a kid|
|Lying on a bed of nails!|
|My frozen shadow!|
With the sun going down and the rain clouds rolling in at this point, Annie, Penn, and I made a final stop at Piers Park in Charlestown. It was super windy but the view of Boston from the park was amazing! We caught it at the perfect time, just as the sun was setting and the lights of the city were turning on. So worth the trip there! Thank you for taking me around today Annie & Penn!
|Panoramic view of Boston across the Charles River|
|Vanilla cannoli with pistachio topping on the sides|
The night ended with me bumming around in George's house, making him stream the ladies free skate event with me online and eating the still super fresh and crisp cannolis I had bought earlier that day. Saturday logged in 12,000 steps!