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I enjoy a good stroll through Beacon Hill to admire the old stately homes and picturesque alleys. While this used to be an exclusively wealthy neighborhood you'll find plenty of well known chains and stores among the boutique so it is worth exploring both as...More
Walked through this historic neighborhood during our visit to Boston in early October. Beautiful row houses with plentiful flower boxes dotted the narrow streets. The neighborhood is hilly and sidewalks are cobbled in old red brick...caution to anyone with mobility issues. Check out the Cheers...More
So many important people in history walked these streets. My favorite statue is of a young dashing JFK as a state legislator. My favorite monument is to the 54th Massachusetts (made famous in the movie "Glory") because I esteem Robert Gould Shaw,
I would imagine that any visit to Boston would involve some part of the Freedom Trail. At one point you will be outside the old sate building, which is magnificent on its own. However, once at this location you have an opportunity to veer off...More
Hills in Boston are not significant, but this is one of the tallest. There is easy access from the Commons and streets. Parking is a problem so if you cannot walk, use a trolley, bus, Uber/Lift, or other conveyance so that you do not need...More
We spent two days in Boston and on our final day walked around Beacon Hill, and I think that was my most favorite neighborhood in Boston. I loved the shops, restaurants, and watching the people walking around. The trolleys can get you there or you...More
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Either start or finish at The Liberty Hotel on Charles Street (at the beginning of the Longfellow Bridge, where the Charles / MGH T station is). It is a luxury hotel set in a converted jail, where many of the features have... More
Either start or finish at The Liberty Hotel on Charles Street (at the beginning of the Longfellow Bridge, where the Charles / MGH T station is). It is a luxury hotel set in a converted jail, where many of the features have been carefully preserved. The main feature being a soaring 90foot ceiling in the Atrium and the cell catwalks and wrought-iron work from its 1850's construction. It's 3 minutes' walk from the Charles River Esplanade, and 4 minutes from Beacon Hill's boutique shops and restaurants on Charles Street. If you have time, detour up to Acorn Street for a bit of cobble-stoned history.