The main event is on Saturday, but we'll be celebrating all weekend — and you're all invited! The rehearsal dinner and brunch will both be fairly casual events (non-seated, come and go as you want). We'd love to have an idea of who to expect, so please let us know when you RSVP.
- When: Friday 7/17/20 @ 6:00 - 9:00 PM
- Where: MIT Sailing Pavilion
- What: Enjoy a summer cookout w/ burgers & beers on a beautiful dock-side deck overlooking the sunset on The Charles River.
- When: Sunday 7/19/20 @ 9:00 - 11:00 AM
- Where: 3rd Floor Garden Patio @ Le Meriden
- What: Stop by any time for some brunch where you can grab an omelette & say "Au revoir" before heading out.
For our guests' convenience, we have secured 3 different discounted hotel options near our wedding venue, under the “Davies/Borstein Wedding Room Block”.
The Charles Hotel
There are lots of options nearby! Our favorite squares (aka
neighborhoods in Boston-speak) are Inman, Union, Davis, Central, Kendall, and Harvard. If you want to venture a little further, Beacon Hill, South Boston, and Brookline are also very nice.
Did you know you can reach Boston by airplane? Crazy, right?? Grab yourself a flight to Logan International Airport and you can avoid all the hassle of having to pahk yah cah neayah Havahd Yahd.
Trains are awesome! And buses are totally fine! Whichever you fancy, you'll want to arrive at South Station in downtown Boston.
First, make sure you have access to a car and it has gas in it. Then enter "Boston" into the Google Maps app on your smartphone and press "Navigate". Are you there yet?
Uber and Lyft are everywhere and very convenient, like any major city. We find that an average ride within Boston costs about $7 - $14.
If you're feeling adventurous and thrifty, the MBTA subway is also a great option. We recommend a day pass or weekend pass if you don't mind exploring at a slower pace.
Boston is a relatively small city in terms of square mileage — it's easy to walk pretty much anywhere, and there are plenty of city bikes (and bike lanes!) available, too.