We’re celebrating the short work week with champagne in the comfort of our guest rooms. How are you getting ready for the holiday? #LovingLangham
I found this large piece of plate on Carson Beach yesterday. on January 20, 1971, a fire in East Boston destroyed a popular entertainment complex called the "1800 Club." that’s right across the harbor, maybe it’s from there?
Walking through the streets of Boston is like walking through a history textbook. 📖🧐🇺🇸
khua-kling moo aka southern style stir-fried pork with yellow curry - it is a staple dish for thai southern kitchens - its flavors are pretty pungent in a positive way that would make your mouthwatering and your tastebuds tingling for its goodness! #everydayfeasts
There are so many ways to shine!
this texture and the many shades of red stopped us in our tracks on this dreary day. #😍
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Beating the Monday blues with some more Fall color from a couple of weeks back. I have tried to capture the Tobin from a few vantage points but I think this is my favorite, with Malden and Everett in the foreground. Have a great start to this Thanksgiving week everyone! #tobinbridge #fallinboston #iheartboston
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1872. “Rachel M. Trafford House.” This Second Empire home is next door and nearly identical to the blue and red house that I posted last week. It was built by the widow Rachel M. Trafford, and she lived there until 1902, when she moved into another Fall River mansion. According to her obituary, “She was a woman of a pleasant and social nature, displaying excellent judgment in everything she did. She was much interested in the Day Nursery and in the Woman’s Union, and attended the Central Congregational Church.” (www.accessgeneology.com)