There's a chapel within the cemetery....and there are people actually holding their weddings here within the cemetery! The americans aren't as "pantang" as us =)
We decided to bring LL to Salem (about 45min drive from Boston) 'cos it was the week before Halloween then and the entire place (famous site of the Salem witchcraft trials of 1692) would be alive with much festivities and celebrations as people from all over the states would gather in Salem in the few weeks leading up to Halloween.
We also visited the SoWa open market where there were all kinds of handmade crafts, antiques and even a farmers' market selling all kinds of fresh produce and breads/cupcakes/cookies.
Then we said goodbye to LL when we dropped her off at her work lunch venue at Faneuil Hall. She was leaving Boston for Connecticut the following day. It was really nice catching up with her again in Boston!
My ex-colleague and good friend RB was also in town for work so we met up and had tea at Prudential Center. Along the way, we stopped at 500 Boylston to take a photo!