Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Boston Browsing

Having lived in a suburb of Boston for god knows how many years, it was not until just within the last 5, since I have worked at Copley Square, that I have explored this beautiful city.  Some of the can't miss sights in my book would be on this side of the city:


The Boston Public Library Garden - go there for a cool rest and take your lunch or just have a coffee.
Beacon Hill! - This is a big one.  Especially at this time of year, strolling these streets gives you such a satisfied feeling of great tourism.  My god, the gardens alone, to die for.  But the cobblestoned hilly streets, the lanterns, the bluebloods...you need to go.  A bite to eat on bustling Charles Street finishes the day.


Copley Square - Lately the Boston Opera Guy has been heralding strollers with his amazing voice.  You would think you are listening to Pavarroti.  No schedule, gotta catch him.




Copley Square Farmers Market - try some fresh locally grown organic (or not) stuff.  Especially for folks who only have Shaw''s to choose from, this is a boon.  Tuesdays and Fridays.

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