StuckatTheAirport.com is spending the holiday week in Boston.
While here, we’re exploring the up-and-coming downtown Seaport neighborhood, which sits between Boston’s waterfront and the historic Fort Point district.
The neighborhood is a mix of historic buildings and brand new hotels, shops, inviting green spaces, public art and hangout spaces. There are also plenty of highrise office and apartment buildings – many still being built.
Opening day at Martin’s Park was just two weeks ago. The $7 million accessible playground and open space honors Martin W. Richard, the youngest victim of the Boston Marathon bombings. The park sits right next to the Boston Children’s Museum, which moved to the area in 1979.
Two of Boston’s best rooftop bars are in the Seaport neighborhood as well.
The charming Yotel Boston offers the Sky Bar, with a 270-degree panoramic view of the city and harbor from the hotel’s 12 floor.
Nearby, the Envoy Hotel offers a wider choice of views from the 8th floor Lookout bar. I had the great fortune to be invited up for a cocktail and a look around on a picture perfect day.
Have you been to this ‘new’ Boston neighborhood? Please share some of your favorite “don’t miss” places.
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One thought on “On the road: Boston”
Welcome to my childhood home town! I’ll have to check out some of these new places next time I’m there. Be sure to check out the No Name Restaurant at 14 1/2 Fish Pier. It was a hidden gem when I was in college a few decades ago.
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