Maybe your funds were a little low, maybe your friends couldn’t get a plan together, maybe your Air Bnb ended up being a scam. This happens often during holiday weekends – we’ve all been there. And now that it’s finally here, you’re lost on what to do. Don’t give in to your desire to Netflix binge and eat all of the snacks all weekend while you scroll through your feed looking at Jessica from freshman year sip champagne boomerang style on a boat off the coast of Montauk. You can have just as much fun! There is plenty to do locally that I’m sure you’ve always said you’re too busy to do. Now is the time!
Kayak on the Charles River – for $15/hour or $60/day (worth it) you can work on your tan, exercise and get a wicked cool insta all in one activity. Pretty sure there’s room for a Swell bottle full of Rosé. Please paddle responsibly.
The Boston Calling Music Festival –
Boston’s biggest musical festival is back with Chicago’s biggest (sorry, Yeezy), Chance the Rapper and other big artists including Solange, Weezer, Major Lazer and more. Buy a single day pass or a 3 day pass. Check out the rest of the lineup and buy tickets here: http://bostoncalling.com/tickets.html
Massachusetts has some of the best beaches to offer – so take a day trip!
M Street Beach – South Boston
Castle Island – Boston
Good Harbour Beach – Gloucester
Nahant Beach, Nahant
Duxbury Beach, Duxbury
Green Harbor Beach, Marshfield
And of course all of the beaches on the Cape!
The Pool at the Colonnade Hotel – With a bit of a steep admission fee, $50 a day, and pricy drinks and food (but delicious), you may be hesitant, but once you are up there I guarantee it is all worth it. You forget you’re even in Boston, as this place is one of a kind! Just think of all that money you saved on your travel expenses! #TreatYourself
Cheers to a fab holiday weekend!
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