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“This is the famous Italian neighborhood with restaurants and cafes along the Italian feasts during the summer months”
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“Beacon Hill is a historic neighborhood in Boston, Massachusetts, and the hill upon which the Massachusetts State House resides. Check out Charles Street then head over to Boston Common, Boston Public Garden, Commonwealth Avenue, Newbury Street, Copley Square, and the Prudential.”
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“Great area to show. Newbury street. Beacon st. Beautiful Brownstown to view. ”
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“Upscale neighborhood - lots of residential streets to stroll, with lots of retail and dining along Columbus Ave., Tremont St. - and check out the SoWa market on the weekends!”
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“Largely just a financial district, but good dining options and convenient to access Waterfront area. ”
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“Home to Fenway Park, this area of the city existed long before the Red Sox. In fact, the park was named after the neighborhood. You’ll find many bars and restaurants in the area surrounding the ballpark, as well as rapid development and new skyscrapers that benefit off of the business of the baseball game attendees. For this reason, there’s almost always something to do in this neighborhood. It’s also where you can check out Kenmore Square, a large part of the Emerald Necklace, the Back Bay Fens, and cultural landmarks like the Museum of Fine Arts and Symphony Hall.”
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“Traditionally, South Boston was a working-class neighborhood. It houses multiple industries and businesses like Gillette, which still employs many locals today. The area is also transitioning to a trendy hotspot for restaurants, hotels, and bars, part of which is now referred to as the “Seaport District.” Residents enjoy the waterfront and the skyline views of downtown as well as the nearby beaches and parks. You’ll also find Dorchester Heights here, where George Washington’s army set up cannons to force the British out of Boston in 1776.”
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“Largely a student neighborhood; very close to BU. Despite that, tons of great casual dining options. Heavy Asian influence - check out Yelp around the corners of Harvard Ave. & Brighton Ave. and Harvard Ave. & Commonwealth Ave.! Tip - Harvard Ave. turns into Harvard St. as it runs south and heads from Boston into Brookline. ”
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“Jamaica Plain, or more commonly called “JP,” is a dynamic neighborhood filled with diversity, green spaces, and strong local businesses. The Emerald Necklace and Franklin Park surround the neighborhood and it’s also home to Jamaica Pond, which makes for a gorgeous stroll. It’s always refreshing to walk around JP and get a feel for the prominent sense of community. Come by for one of the many communal events here, including local outdoor music festivals and spring fairs.”
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“Charlestown is the oldest neighborhood in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. oday Charlestown is a largely residential neighborhood, with much housing near the waterfront, overlooking the Boston skyline. Charlestown is home to many historic sites, hospitals and organizations.”
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“ Lots of restaurants. bars and shopping including independent book store, shoe stores, gifts, ice cream shop, this is a vibrant, local scene which is very safe at night and has everything you need - including an independent movie theatre ”
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“East Boston is a diverse residential area known for waterfront spaces like LoPresti and Piers parks, both overlooking the harbor, and sandy Constitution Beach. Hip Boston Harbor Shipyard is home to the ICA Watershed, a summer-only contemporary art gallery, plus outdoor sculptures and a cidery. A laid-back dining scene encompasses pizza and pasta spots, plus traditional Central and South American restaurants.”
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“Possessing a combination of cultural diversity and pastoral beauty (the place was named for the literal hills and dales in the area) you won’t find in many other Boston neighborhoods, Roslindale was part of Roxbury until it was annexed to the city of Boston in 1873. Several decades ago, some spots in Roslindale Square fell into disrepair, exhibiting vacant storefronts and a lack of activity. But the neighborhood’s downtown has since undergone a renaissance, with a reincarnation into Roslindale Village—though you’ll find plenty of locals don’t bother calling it that. Now, new businesses are popping up all the time in the Village—the highly-anticipated Distraction Brewing Co. is expected to open this year, while a classic mainstay like Romano’s Pizzeria and Taqueria is an ideal spot eat a slice or burrito on the couch in the back in front of the TV. Perhaps the most unique aspect of Rozzie is that the area still manages to do what many other parts of Boston fail at: maintaining a true “neighborhood” feel. Less trendy than Jamaica Plain but more lively than West Roxbury, Roslindale residents are a mixed bag of families with deep roots in the neighborhood, young professionals, older retirees, and hipsters (chances are you’ll spot a fedora or two). Naturally, real estate prices are increasing as Bostonians seek out affordable neighborhoods where it’s actually possible to buy a home and raise a family, and some fear that sense of community that gives Roslindale its spark may be fleeting due to rapid development. Some residents claim there’s a bit of distinction between living on the “good” or “bad” side of Washington Street, but the general consensus is a true love for a neighborhood that some Bostonians don’t even seem to know exists. Rozzie’s plentiful green spaces are truly beloved—particularly the south end of the pristinely maintained Arnold Arboretum, which dips into Roslindale from Jamaica Plain.”
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“Tons of retail - during the summer lots of street performers will pop up! Walk Harvard University's historic campus, visit a variety of museums in the area, or eat in any variety of Cambridge's restaurants.”
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“Mission Hill provides a convenient living for students and young families who work in the Longwood Medical Area. If you have a spare moment, visit the Basilica of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, also known as ‘The Mission Church’.”
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“Cambridge is the home to a couple of schools you may have heard of. Harvard and MIT...ring a bell? Cambridge boasts having an urban intellectual vibe (Thanks to those little schools I mentioned before). There are a slew of Restaurants, bars, and cafe's lining the streets, while parks and jogging paths wind along the Charles river. If you want a leisurely day exploring incredible architecture, walking down the winding path of the Charles, or gorging yourself on delicious food, then Cambridge is the place to be....don't forget to take a glimpse of the North End from across the river. In my opinion it is the best view of Boston ”
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