Boston is one of those cities that strikes a pleasing balance between size, manageability and richness of metropolitan pleasures.
Boston has long attracted innovative chefs, who are drawn by a long culinary tradition and the wealth of fine local ingredients, especially seafood.
When it opened in 1969, the New England Aquarium was not only a hit attraction, but also an architectural triumph.
In late 2014, three of Harvard's notable museums were brought together in a beautiful new facility designed by Renzo Piano.
Our stay at XV Beacon gave me the chance to revisit one of the most beautiful urban enclaves in the country: Beacon Hill.