This past week my husband and I had the luxury of staying at the The Boston Yacht Haven Inn & Marina, thanks to the kind folks at The Boston Yacht Haven who donated a number of rooms to Veterans in celebration of Veteran’s Day. These rooms usually run for $300+ so my husband and I were very excited for a night to ourselves.
Upon entering The Boston Yacht Haven Inn we were greeted with exceptional service, our bags were brought to our room and as we opened the door to our room, my husband was greeted with a personal Thank-you Veteran card, it was the cutest card and meant a lot to my husband and I. The Guest Suites were decorated in a historical nautical styling with outstanding modern-day amenities, and had breath taking views, I loved the wooden beams on the ceilings. My husband was most excited about the flat panel television and I loved having our own personal Keurig machine.
We arrived at the Boston Yacht Haven around dinner time and decided to go to Joe’s American Bar and Grill for dinner & drinks. Dinner was amazing, Hubby got Filet Mignon while I got Baby Back Ribs. We spend the rest of the night walking around Boston and Quincy Market Place and then decided to call it an early night, and head back to the Inn for some relaxation and Television time.
This was the first full night out together since Jacob was born 2 1/2 years ago and it was nice being able to sleep through the night with no crying or hungry kids. Hubby slept till 10am the next morning, the longest he has slept in a very long time. I of course was wide awake at 7:30am, but it was nice not having to worry about getting up to take care of the boys. We decided to spend the day walking around Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market Place. We also decided to head to Copley Place, I had to get my bracelet fixed at Tiffany’s and we wanted to do a little shopping.
After not having a night to ourselves in over 2 1/2 years it was very nice to have some time alone.