Yesterday was move-in day for my daughter.
1. Old buildings don't have elevators.
2. Old buildings don't have air conditioning.
3. Boston can be hot as hell when it wants to be.
4. Old buildings often hold charming little apartments.
Because I was busy with the whole moving-in process for hours on end, I'm going to throw a few more miscellaneous Boston photos up for you today.
I was down by the waterfront two days ago. It was so hot, I was convinced I was melting. On impulse, my son and I decided to go into the Boston Aquarium to escape the heat for awhile. We had a great time!
A lot of the houses in Beacon Hill have little doors that used to be the back, servant's, entrance. They're adorable – if a door can be adorable, that is.
I love this photo of the John Hancock building because it represents what I love most about Boston – the mixture of old and new. The John Hancock building is Boston's tallest. I love the old Trinity church next to it. I also love the reflection of the church on the glass building.
Today, I hope to return to Beacon Hill for more photo opportunities. I also want to hit up a couple areas of Boston I haven't gotten to yet. I've covered a lot of the city, but I'm not done yet!
There's so much to see and so little time ….
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