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  • Sabira Arefin wrote March 07

    The true privilege of being the Founder is that I have the opportunity to be everyone's neighbor. Be my neighbor. See you in the neighborhood!

  • Anonymous loves Back Bay because August 03

    If miraculously it’s not raining, I’d stroll over to the Victory Gardens in the Fens.

  • Anonymous wrote August 01

    If miraculously it’s not raining, I’d stroll over to the Victory Gardens in the Fens.

  • Anonymous wrote July 30

    Feeling like a scholarly vagabond, I find my way to the Boston Public Library’s Central Branch in Copley Square to use their free Internet to do some research.

  • Anonymous loves Back Bay because July 29

    If it’s still not raining, I would go to the Top of the Hub for the cheapest thing they have. Located on the 52nd floor of the Prudential building, this is where you sit for as long as you can nurse a coffee and enjoy the view for miles.

  • Anonymous loves Back Bay because March 21

    Feeling like a scholarly vagabond, I find my way to the Boston Public Library’s Central Branch in Copley Square to use their free Internet to do some research.

  • Anonymous loves Back Bay because March 21

    Consider camping on the Boston Harbor Islands. I ride my bike—really the only way to go in Boston

  • Anonymous wrote March 21

    Undoubtedly, the first place everyone thinks of when they want to get a great view of Boston is the Prudential Tower, known to the lazy tongued as "the Pru."

  • Anonymous wrote March 21

    The upper regions of the South End—especially Columbus Avenue—are now home to excellent restaurant upon excellent restaurant, with a culturally-correct number of galleries thrown in as well.

  • Anonymous wrote March 21

    The eastern end of Back Bay features the “top” of Newbury Street, with its mix of locals, tourists, and international students keeping its mainly highbrow merchants busy.

  • Anonymous loves Back Bay because March 21

    Across Copley Square from Trinity Church is another must-see Boston sight of a rather secular in nature - the Boston Public Library. Its status as the first metropolitan public library in the USA speaks volumes about Boston's inherent affection for knowledge, the motto "Free to All" above the entrance, a powerful declaration of the belief that knowledge is a public good, and therefore be made accessible to everyone.

  • Anonymous loves Back Bay because March 21

    We like to spend our evening out at one of the local lively bars or restaurants here ar Back Bay!

  • Anonymous loves Back Bay because March 21

    The Back Bay boasting landmarks like Copley Square, the Prudential Center, and the Public Library. Peruse boutiques on Newbury Street, is an afffluent neighborhood.

  • Anonymous loves Back Bay because March 21

    Back Bay in Boston, Massachusetts is famous for its rows of Victorian brownstone homes

  • Anonymous wrote March 21

    The Neighborhood Association of the Back Bay considers the neighborhood's bounds to be "Charles River on the North; Arlington Street to Park Square on the East; Columbus Avenue to the New York New Haven and Hartford right-of-way (South of Stuart Street and Copley Place), Huntington Avenue, Dalton Street, and the Massachusetts Turnpike on the South; Charlesgate East on the West.

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