This week I visited the new Time Out Market in Boston for the first time and ate so much food. Everything was amazing, but the drinks were the best! Sorry for the loud background noise in advance! 🙁
See you next week with more vlogs!!
Time Out Market website: https://www.timeoutmarket.com/boston/
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