I remember how much my friends hated history class back in high school it was the class no one liked and everyone complained about. Not me. I loved history, here I am today a history major in one of the most historic cities in the country. In Boston history isn’t just a subject in school but something we experience everyday. I was talking with a classmate the other day from California, I asked him what made him come to Boston and was he liking it thus far. He started talking about the buildings and how everything inCalifornia was brand new but here all the buildings were old but they had a history. I smiled because he put into words one of the things I love best about this city I’ve called home my entire life.
Historic Beacon Hill is one of my favorite neighborhoods to stroll through, especially during Fall. The residents of Beacon Hill know how to decorate for every season but they do fall particularly well. The leaves haven’t quiet changed yet but they’re getting there. Give it a week or two and you should swing by Acorn street. It never disappoints, it is called America’s most photographed street for a reason. Today was a little over cast so I put on my favorite chunky sweater and strolled up and down the streets of Beacon Hill enjoying the latest hints of autumn that decorate some of the most historic buildings in all of America.
Sweater: Vineyard Vines Pants: Vineyard Vines Shirt: Vineyard Vines Sunnies: Rayban Shoes: Nordstrom
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