Join us as we walk the beautiful Charles River in Boston during the COVID-19 pandemic. You’ll get a small tour of the MIT campus, the Longfellow Bridge, and many beautiful views of the Boston skyline. 

It hasn’t been easy to be in Boston during COVID-19. Being in the Northeast of the US, Boston was one of the harder hit areas in the US, which led us to shelter in our apartment for around 3 months until cases started dropping. During that time, we only left to get groceries and pick things up from the pharmacy. Other than that, we did our normal 9 to 5 jobs and worked hard on putting out the China Series.

We are now in “Phase 3” here in Boston, which means that things have loosened up here a little, which includes outdoor spaces being opened again and restaurants being open at limited capacity. This video shows you one of our first bigger exploring days since the lockdowns were loosened in Boston. 

The Charles River is absolutely beautiful to walk down (as you can see in the video), especially during Boston’s summers. If you ever travel to Boston, make sure to walk or bike down one of the many nice paths that line the river. You won’t be disappointed, and I’m sure you’ll come away with some incredible Boston photography as well.


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