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"At 126 tall, it is difficult to see the top figure"
reviewed 7 October 2019 by on_the_go_98765
This is a Civil War monument. It was erected in 1877. The Neoclassical style is more like an European Victory column (but this one is ours). At 126 feet tall, this takes a bit to see it all, up to the top.
The intent for the soaring height could very well be that the monument might be more easily seen...
"Super walk amidst the frenzy of drinking and the cacophony of the parade"
reviewed 16 April 2015 by Eli B
You don't have to be Irish to enjoy trippin' around Boston, but in the days surrounding March 17, New England's largest city rolls out the bright green welcome mat to celebrate St. Patrick's Day.
We joined half a million visitors by flying in to Logan International Airport. The entry fee for this festivity, is gulping down brogues as thick as...
It was a great and a pleasant surprise to be able to balance the meal and atmosphere. The food was great we enjoyed all the plates that where brought the table and the steak we had for entree was perfection.
Im truly happy with the price as well. Expensive but balanced with the flavors.
Been there once 2 yrs ago and I liked it so much that back in Boston wanted to go back. I love the food there: perfect execution, presentation, inventiveness. The sushi rolls were delicious (crispy rock shrimp!, hamachi Amarillo) the chicken fried rice, corn anticucho, and all ceviches are great. The char shiou chicken (kind of a pork bun, but...
I stopped in here to get coffee while on my way to a meeting, and was really pleased with my latte. I don't normally drink coffee but needed a jump-start during this cold weather, and my latte was a good balance of coffee and foamy milk. I also had a good avocado toast, which came with eggs on top (something...
Recommended by my hotel, this place didn't disappoint. A nice, diverse menu- I had the tagliatelle which was delicious. Lovely craft cocktails- it was hard to chose but based on my server's recommendation I found an amazing drink. The best part was dessert- the apple tart with apple pie ice cream is not to be missed! Tea service is lovely...
"Social distance haven with service and aesthetics to match"
reviewed 5 days ago by jameskZ8051QG
Patrick and the staff at the Godfrey are everything you want in people let alone staff
I have stayed here during the pandemic because I am in teen places and suffering with three forms of ms as if this is not hard enough. I
At one point I wanted a pizza and Patrick brought me one in on his way...
This was an excellent weekend get a way spot, close to Downtown Crossing, and theater district. The front desk staff was phenomenal,couldn't do enough for us!! Room was clean and pleasing decor. We will definitely be returning soon!!
Everything was fantastic but the price was extremely high . 350 a night is a bit much plus the fourty dollar a day parking with no breakfast included . Service was top of the line from the reception desk to housekeeping .
We stayed at the Ritz-Carlton on Avery Street for one night. It is a lovely hotel with a beautiful interior. The rooms clean and comfortable with a huge bathroom offering separate shower and tub. I would definitely stay here again.