Why? Because there aren't a lot of people, because the streets are clean, because the ratio of people and buildings is optimal. The city is so clean, and I do not feel like an ant in the middle of an urban forest.
Anyway, after finding our hotel, and dropping off our stuff, we decided to go to a Japanese restaurant. I haven't been to a great Japanese restaurant in quite a while, mainly because I know what real and good Japanese food is, and I am afraid that I would just be discontent.
But, the thing is, Boston is right at the sea, right in front of the Atlantic Ocean. They must have good seafood here. So, my parents and I decided to give it a try. And sure enough, the sushi and the sashimi was great. The fish was raw, and fresh. It melted in my mouth. The eel was delicate that it just vaporized inside my mouth. The tuna was supple, and the other fish was superb. I am glad that I got my fix of raw fish. Now I can come back to Buffalo.
Aside from that, I got a sake sampler. I had four shots of four different types of sake. They were warming my body, and sure enough, I was a little tipsy at the end of the night. Oh well, yes, I am a lightweight.
So, starting tomorrow, I will be combing the streets and using my camera. There's new material for another photo series!