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My mom and I visited this museum when it was raining. It was the perfect time to visit. There were so many famous artists’ works on display. I liked the set up of the museum. It was designed beautifully.
Wonderfully situated in the heart of Back Bay with access to everything from coffee/tea shops (basically on every corner), restaurants to fit every budget and craving, and quaint shops along Newbury. Daughter reports being greeted warmly and professionally by faculty, staff, and students alike. Just wish waiting to hear wasn't soooooooo long!
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Churches & Cathedrals
"Names may change but the building doesn't"
reviewed 9 October 2019 by on_the_go_98765
What began in 1925 as an Universalist church hit hard times when the economic crash of 1929 hit. Another lease-on-life was granted to this early Gothic (1764-1788) church with a few good miles left in her.
In 1935, the church was bought and renamed St. Clement (the name it bears today). After the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary departed, a new...
Was in Boston for the first time for a concert and stopped here to try and get some Bostonian seafood. I don’t have the experience to compare it to other seafood in the area but it was pretty good by western new york standards. The clam chowder was absolutely the best I’ve ever had and the oyster selection was expansive.
This is one of the coolest bars I’ve been to. YOU CANNOT BEAT THE LOCATION. Sit in the outfield wall of Fenway Park!?!? WHAT? yes please!!! Ice cold beer, good drinks, friendly helpful staff!! I love it!!!
This was our first time here and we were delighted with the service and the food. It was very laid back and casual place with great burgers and tots. The onion rings weren't great, but good. With beer available and indoor and outdoor seating, this was a very good cheap eats date.
I am a traveling respiratory therapist. I traveled to Boston to work a Covid-19 assignment from April-July 2020. I chose to stay at The Verb, and I'm so glad that I
did! The staff at The Verb ROCK! Everyone did an outstanding job at keeping the hotel clean and sanitized. They all made sure that anything I needed was taken...
This is our first trip during Covid times. We had to be here to move our daughter out of her apartment. It is incredibly clean with lots of procedures in place to make us feel very safe. The manager and staff are all attentive and kind. The rooftop terrace has a gorgeous view. We will definitely stay here again!
The Hotel is nice, reasonable in price, and fairly close to most things in Boston. Fenway Park is two blocks away, easy access to Highway and close to a number of Restaurants nearby. The rooms are comfortable, this is not a luxury Hotel, but it its middle of the road.
I was in town to visit my son at BU. The room was very clean and pleasant to stay in. The staff was friendly and very helpful. The hotel is right on the BU campus which made it very convenient. Right across the street from Fenway if you are hoping to catch a ballgame. I would stay there again!