a little oldie but goodie
The days are getting so short lately that it’s become very easy to sit here and reminisce about those hot summer days in Boston. I spent so many nights walking around downtown, watching the city lights come to life and people come and go. From Newbury Street to Charles River Esplanade, the city has plenty of history and excitement to offer. If you love books, the public library is one of the most beautiful ones I’ve ever seen and there’s the famous, charming, unconventional Brattle Book Shop, one of America’s oldest and largest antiquarian book shops, a true hidden gem tucked on a small street around the corner from the Boston Opera House. A must-see if you ask me – the bookworm, the person who has mastered the art of buying too many books and never reading them, listen to me, dear reader, as I’m clearly an authority on the matter.
After reading this little description of the city it must be quite hard to believe Boston is more than just libraries and bookstores, but surprisingly, there’s a lot more to it. You know, like Red Socks, The Freedom Trail, and stuff.
Here’s my little tribute to beautiful Boston: