Thursday, August 8, 2013

Beacon Hill, Boston

Other than window shopping, another fun pastime to do when you have free time is to go on a sightseeing tour with your friends. And if you want to travel back in time, planning a day’s trip to the Beacon Hill in a chartered Boston coach bus would just be a lovely idea. 

Beacon Hill is a very interesting place to visit – with its early 19th century neighborhood and narrow streets, the row houses there are almost all built with bricks; some in Federal, some in Victorian and some in Georgian styles. The houses are pretty much very well maintained and the streets are paved with cobblestones and the streetlights are gas-lit, which makes it a modern romantic venue for lovebirds who wants to take a stroll on any given evening. The Beacon Hill would be an almost perfect romantic getaway, if we dare say so ourselves. And if you would just add on to the romantic rendezvous with a Boston chartered bus waiting to bring you and your loved one home or to somewhere else for a romantic dining experience - that would then make it a perfect evening! However, if you don’t mind staying on at Beacon Hill for dinner, they do have some interesting eateries at Beacon Hill too.

However, that’s just our take on a romantic getaway for couples who are dating, or those who are married and want to “fire up” their marriage with some romance. Beacon Hill is also a great place for friends to come together for leisure walks and sightseeing when you come visiting on a Boston charter bus. Don’t forget to bring your cameras along with you, as there are many good spots to stop by and capture some of the beautiful moments of your trip. One of the most outstanding buildings that you will get to see at the Beacon Hill would be the new State House – it was built by Charles Bulfinch in 1795 and the dome is said to be covered with 23½ carat gold leaf! There is no better way to spend a lazy, quiet afternoon with your friends than with sightseeing trip to the Beacon Hill and admire the beautiful structures of the past and stop by one of the eateries to grab a bite or a snack, have a cup of coffee or tea while you catch up on the latest happenings in each others’ lives – after all, no one’s really in a rush to get home, right?