In the heart of the most historic of districts in Boston -- Beacon Hill -- my flat is old-French at heart...
Enjoy the HEART of the most European of cities -- in THE MOST European of neighorboods -- while also the HEART of Boston -- steps from Downtown, historic Fanieul Hall, the Back Bay, Charles River, and the ever-hip South End (the "New York City" district of Boston).
The apartment = historic, french-inspired decor, on the quaintest of Boston streets (Revere Street, between Myrtle and Grove Streets, on the "front slope" of Beacon Hill. And a ROOFDECK with THE BEST view of the city -- from historic Beacon Hill down the length of the Charles River to the infamous CITCO sign...
The "french" aesthetic of my apartment = a deep and sincere interest to experience the "French life"...
The French of you seeking an American experience in historic Boston will not be disappointed!
Enjoy! et Merci Beaucoup ;) !!
Beacon Hill is locate in the heart of Boston -- THE most HISTORIC and EUOPEAN of districts in Boston... THE MOST European of neighorboods -- while also the HEART of Boston -- steps from Downtown, historic Fanieul Hall, the Back Bay, Charles River, and the ever-hip South End (the "New York City" district of Boston).
My FIRST trip outside of the US was at the age of 10 -- to
Paris -- where in pinktails I explored and fell in love with and befriended Parisians of all ages -- in 1983! Since, I have been to Paris 5 times -- and truly believe I am "Parisian" at heart! It is my DREAM to live in and to engage with and to explore all that Paris has to offer, now as an adult. My career = I work in marketing and PR for a world-class art museum in Boston (the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum -- inspired by and created by a Victorian woman who traveled the world and modeled her museum after a 15th century Venetian palazzo (but who also spent time in France -- and befriended artists including Matisse, John Singer Sargent (who spent much time in France) and others. I draw inspiration from Isabella Gardner's zest for travel and exploration -- and I look forward to my own adventure in Paris!!