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Boston Neighborhoods

  • Logan International Airport

    Covering 2,384 acres, this airport has six runways and employs an estimated 16,000 people. It is the largest airport in New England as of 2010 and is the 19th busiest airport in the United States, serving about 13.5 million boardings a year. It has a great view of the water, and is known for it's sweeping cathedral ceilings.
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    Sat Oct 13, 2018 3:11 pm
  • East Parks

    East Boston is home to a number of gorgeous and stately parks, such as Pier's park and the six community Gardens sprinkled throughout the neighborhood.
    Subforums: Piers Park, Greater Boston Parkour Center, Liberdade, Eclipse Brewing Company and Taproom
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    Last post by Ronan Callaghan View the latest post
    Thu Oct 18, 2018 9:03 am
  • Cieli Sole

    Heavens Sun. Gorgeous all brick home 3bdrm, 3bath with a lovely waterfront view and 2 acres of land. It includes a modern, open floor-plan, gourmet kitchen that is every cooks dream with beautiful marble counter tops. Formal dining, living room, with a library fit for anyone wishing to expand their minds. Each bedroom holds a lovely view that is sure to make anyone hate to leave, while the master bedroom in its rich cream and mint colors is a serene and inviting retreat of its own. With bay windows allowing views on both sides and a master bath with mosaic tiles in both the shower and bath. There is also a nice deck just outside the master bedroom that is inviting for anyone wanting to watch the sunsets at night. Owned by Malachi Leroux.
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    Last post by Oliver Boxler View the latest post
    Thu Aug 16, 2018 5:55 pm
  • Xeitosa Deitar

    : The exterior of Xeitosa Deitar is all all wood painted black and it looks unassuming. Nothing about the exterior of this bar/restaurant stands out and yet people seem to flock to it. That is all thanks to the interior. This place is something almost out of a fairy tale, if a bit dark and twisted. Its very new age and modern without being full of metal. The place has a vibe about it that is entirely other wordly and draws people in. The food is good and the drinks are all well made though none of those ridiculously over complicated drinks that most bars try to pass off as good. The employees are all somehow alternative in looks and attitude but never impolite. The whole place seems to be aimed at the younger generation and the owner happens to not only work there as a bartender but also sings frequently. That's another fun thing, this place always seems to have only the best live music though with its spacious design there are plenty of areas still to sit and talk without the music overpowering the conversation.
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  • The Town

    Situated on the banks of Boston Harbor and the Mystic River on the north side of the city, Charlestown has translated its historical roots into a thriving 21st Century neighborhood. It is the home to such significant landmarks as the U.S.S. Constitution, the Bunker Hill Monument and the Navy Yard,
    Subforums: Warren Tavern, Coffee, Tea and Sympathy, Cirque de Luna
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    Last post by Zane Silva View the latest post
    Mon Aug 06, 2018 12:29 pm
  • More Good News Garage
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    Sat Mar 31, 2018 1:33 pm
  • Ryū no kyūsoku
    This beautiful mix of Eastern and Western architecture, is home to Kenji Sasaki. The house itself has 4 bedroom's and 3 full sized bathrooms, and has everything one would need. Full basement Recording studio, display room, Photo studeo, fashion studeo, and full Martial Arts dojo are just a few of the extra's included within the home. Including a breath taking full Japanese garden, Cherry Blossom Tree's and Coi Pond. Everything to remind a Japanese born of their home land.
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    Last post by Kenji Sasaki View the latest post
    Tue Oct 16, 2018 9:13 pm
  • House Scriptum Somnium
    House Scriptum Somnium, better known as the Weaver Residence, is through an archway laden with rose vines. This archway opens into a garden of well tended but riotous flowers and curving pathways that lead to a Victorian styled mansion covered in flowering vines. The front door leads into the only room, that isn't a bathroom, in the house that does not have bookshelves lining the walls. It is a small entrance chamber with hooks for coats and hats. Every other room in the house, excluding bathrooms but including the kitchen, has shelves for books along the walls. Frankly it is more as if someone took a library and simply brought in furniture for each room. Everything has an old world vibe and styling to it, nothing to modern and you won't find a TV here. The house totals 4 bedrooms and 4 baths all together with plenty of rooms simply devoted to libraries or sitting areas to read. Around the back of the house is a second garden just a riotous and well kept as the first, though this one includes a greenhouse with herbs and other plants meant to be kept all year round. It is the home of one Syntyche Weaver and house to her collection of chronicles and general books on anything and everything.
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  • Southie

    South Boston, affectionately known as 'Southie' is home to Dorchester Heights, where George Washington forced British troops to evacuate during the American Revolutionary War. In addition to being home to some of the oldest housing projects in the United States, South Boston has also more recently seen property values join the highest in the city.
    Subforums: South Boston Fitness & Recreation, Yggdrasil
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    Last post by Adam Newbury View the latest post
    Mon Nov 12, 2018 12:57 pm
  • Boston Harbor Hotel
    The iconic 60-foot stone archway of the Boston Harbor Hotel offers an entrée to the city unlike any other. Forbes Five-Star hotel, welcoming guests arriving by land or sea to historic Rowes Wharf. All 230 guest rooms and suites offer striking views of the Boston cityscape or the waterfront and harbor. Luxuries that include a chic, private health club-style spa and fitness center, award-winning dining at Meritage Restaurant + Wine Bar or Rowes Wharf Sea Grille and a full-service 34-slip marina ensure that your experience will always be Beyond Compare. Owned by Jubal Croft.
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    Last post by Jubal Croft View the latest post
    Thu Jul 19, 2018 11:04 pm
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  • Back Bay

    Affluent Back Bay is a shopping and dining destination. Along Newbury Street, well-heeled locals frequent designer boutiques, fashion chains, art galleries and patio cafes set in elegant brick townhouses. Expansive Copley Square is flanked by 1800s landmarks Trinity Church and the Boston Public Library. Mansions dot the neighborhood’s tree-lined streets, many on Paris-inspired Commonwealth Avenue.
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    Sun Jul 15, 2018 12:41 am
  • Hyde Square

    Hyde Park is a dissolved municipality and currently the southernmost neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Hyde Park is home to a diverse range of people, housing types and social groups
    Subforums: Sherrin woods, Forn Ben-már, Arqueiro, Stony Brook Reservation
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    Last post by Torstein Erikson View the latest post
    Sun Jul 15, 2018 12:39 am
  • Forest Hills Cemetery

    Forest Hills Cemetery is a historic 275-acre cemetery, greenspace, arboretum and sculpture garden located in the Forest Hills section of the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts. The cemetery was designed in 1848
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    Last post by Loki Malevolent View the latest post
    Sun Aug 26, 2018 10:41 pm

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