beacon hill & acorn street

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Having never visited Boston, I had certain preconceived notions of how it would look: narrow streets, row houses, and brick sidewalks. Nowhere is this vision more complete than in the desirable Beacon Hill neighborhood where former residents include Sylvia Plath and Robert Frost. We walked through the area one afternoon, visiting the Massachusetts State House and the oft-photographed Acorn Street. - Alex


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  1. Oh my goodness, I love all the door-knockers!

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  2. I love the feeling of this neighborhood! I could easily live there! So pretty!

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  3. It's so dream-like!

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  4. you look beautiful. and I like your polcadot tshirt :)

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  5. oh man i think i write this on every boston post, BUT it is just soo beautiful and i really would love to visit boston one day!!

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  6. I loved Beacon Hill when I visited Boston years ago! Your shots make me want to return urgently! so pretty!!
    Merry (belated) christmas to both of you, hope you had some wonderful days with family & friends!! Kristina x

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  7. Beautiful photos of a familiar place for me. :-)

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  8. Wow. Those streets are amazing. I would hobble all over those cobblestones. I love how old and comfortable everything looks. I've never been to Boston (the closest I've been to it is Philadelphia), but this just makes me want to visit more. Those areas of town are so charming.

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  9. you did Boston right, your photos do it proud!

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