As we round out our twenties together, my wife and I continue to act like kids (but don't worry, we're responsible adults.) We're both transplants: she's from PA and I'm from GA. We each moved to Boston on separate paths awhile back and since we met we've been almost inseparable (her loss; my gain.)
We do our best to be gracious hosts; we have friends and family stay with us regularly, which is why we decided to open up our doors to others who need a place to rest.
We like to cook most of our meals but will occasionally order out or visit our favorite Tex-Mex restaurant. We operate on normal work hours, and try to go to bed by ten or eleven during the work week.
From our place you are superbly positioned to:
Hop on and off I-90/93/95
Catch the T into Back Bay/Downtown/Park Street
Walk across the street for groceries, doughnuts, coffee, pizza, cash, clothes, shoes, games, and even furniture (although you'll have to keep it outside: we're stocked up.)
Walk down the park to the Sam Adams Brewery (free tours and brew) or you can continue on to the Arnold Arboretum (I call it a big tree park.)
Boston is very small; especially if you have a car. The only downside? There's nowhere to park it. However, our neighborhood has plenty of on street parking, and if you need help I'm happy to give you directions and tips on where and when to park. I can get from my place to Charlestown and back in 30 minutes without traffic violations.
We're here to help; if you have questions, just ask!
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