The Supreme is Back in Salem

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Dress: Asos, Tights: Marshall's, Shoes: Dolce Vita (Thrifted), Hat: Forever 21, Necklace: Flea Market, Jacket: Flea Market

Continuing my super late blogging...second day in Boston and my friend and I decided to go to Salem. Before I begin my recap, if you decide to go to Salem, go early in the day! That's where we messed up; we waited too long to leave Boston and didn't leave ourselves enough time to really enjoy Salem. There is so much to see in Salem that not giving it a full day is really a crime.

However, we were able to go the House of the Seven Gables and Hawthorne's birth place, and a historical tour of Salem. It was amazing how difficult it was to find a historical tour, because all the tours were about witchcraft and Wicca. While a tour solely about witchcraft might be interesting, I really wanted to know the history of Salem. And the history of Salem and the witchcraft hysteria are so interesting that they don't need the gimmicks of witchcraft for me to want to learn more. If you are in Salem make sure to take the Hocus Pocus tour, the tour guide is amazing and so informative!

While wandering Salem, I couldn't help but take some pictures in front of this old abandon house/station. And couldn't help reference American Horror Story: Coven (even though it was the second worst season of AHS). Also, can you believe it was so cold in May that I needed to wear tights and a leather jacket! This Californian is not used to the cold.

I ended the night in Salem with a visit the statue of Bewitched and some DELICIOUS hot chocolate. Overall, Salem was amazing and I actually really want to return to Boston soon! Almost done with my East Coast blog posts! Until the next one, TTFN ta ta for now.