Sunday, December 15, 2013

Oh, Christmas Tree!

Faneuil Hall has been on my college bucket list for quite some time.
Although I went to see the Christmas lighting a few weeks ago, I was still anxious 
to go back and get a picture in front of the tree and look at some of the shops. 
While a bit touristy, it's fun to look at all of the local food vendors and artisans and
remember you're one of the most iconic places in Boston!

Sweater: Madewell | Turtleneck: J.Crew | Leggings: VS Pink | Boots: Ralph Lauren (old) |
Bag: Madewell (the essex messenger bag is no longer in stock online, try in stores) | 
Sunnies: Anthropologie (old)

Full of history, Faneuil Hall was built in 1742 by Peter Faneuil as a gift to the city. 
It was here that colonists protested the Sugar Act of 1764, Samuel Adams gathered Bostonians to support independence against England, and George Washington gave a toast on the nation's first birthday. Today, it's still one of the world's biggest marketplaces, attracting over 18 million tourists annually. 

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