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As you walk down the cobblestone streets, the red brick buildings and old-fashioned wooden shutters give Beacon Hill a wholly charming look. As a 19th century Boston neighbourhood, this stretch of town is dedicated to the sweetest things in life.
When you’re looking to mingle with the locals, there are two streets you have to check out.
Start on Charles Street. This lively area is home to over 40 antique stores, as well as snack shops and seafood restaurants. It’s considered the best shopping street in town, and is the perfect place to pick up some souvenirs. Cambridge Street is another popular hotspot. This where you’ll find some of the newest eateries open in the old brickwork buildings the neighbourhood is known for. While you’re walking around, stop by the Massachusetts State House. The gold dome and white marble pillars make for some perfect photos. You may also want to make a stop at the Boston Athenaeum, one of the oldest independent libraries in the county. The old stone building is one-of-a-kind, and features books and historical exhibits.
Once you’re ready to upload your pictures and take off your walking shoes, head back to your Beacon Hill hotel. With help from Expedia.ca, you can book a hotel in Boston in the neighbourhood of your choice, for prices that won’t break the bank. Take your pick of amenities like complimentary Wi-Fi to access your social media accounts, or large closets to hang up your wares from Charles Street.
Come see what Beacon Hill is all about. And with those discounts from Expedia, you’re free to explore and shop a little more during your stay.