I wake up early and go down to the lobby for free breakfast from our hotel. Our first stop is at the Boston Public Library. The fountain is always good tourist attraction, it is very pretty. The library is fascinating as well, they have the movie type of library where books are line up against the wall and the library is gigantic and there are the moving stairs too. I wish we have that in San Francisco.
Our second stop is MIT, because it is graduation so we could make to the tour so we have a self-guided tour. The campus is big but we didn't really get to see and understand the campus. All I see are some very not very good looking buildings. However, the church that we went to is beautiful. It is a small church but there is someone who plays the piano and it harmonize and makes me calm when I was in there. Our third stop is Black Heritage Trail Office, because we missed it yesterday so we decided to go again and we got the sled guided map. After we go to Chinatown for food. Boston Chinatown is small, someone once said, you can finish walking Chinatown in a minute. After I been there I trusted what she told me. We met with our tour guides for a Chinatown tour at the Chinatown gate. Our tour guides are from ACDC See Town by A-AVOYCE. During their tour, they talked about how they have gentrification happen and there are construction which caused people to move out and also talking about affordable housing and public open space for the community to live and enjoy. They have many organizations to help the community and are right next to each other under one building. After the tour, we have a program experience exchange with the ACDC. It is fun to talk to their youth groups and get a sense of what they are doing in their community and how we are similar in contributing and volunteering to preserve our own community. Our fourth stop was Boston Market then we head back to the Prudential Center and go to the Skywalk Bridge Observatory. I didn't went up and I stayed inside the mall and seeing my friend play the Virtual Reality, it was fun. At night, we ate dinner at a Japanese and Korean fusion restaurant called Wabora. Lesson learn it don't order a specific cuisine at a fusion place. However, the dessert was yummy.
P.s. for myself: Well done! You didn't eat fast food.