It’s a busy time of year. Shops are hustling and bustling as folks prepare for upcoming holidays. With all of the festivities, local stores are participating in the cheer. If you want to celebrate and simultaneously support local business, this is the shopping list for you. Harvard Square Harvard Square is a hub of shops […]

Shop local for unique holidays

To enhance the wonderful Emerald Necklace, a green space that winds its way around Boston, artist Fujiko Nakaya has created five fog installations.  Shows go on every hour on the hour, in most of those sites also every hour on the half hour.  Each place becomes more magical, inviting slowness and stillness.  8am to 8pm […]

Fog x Flo

Autumn comes to Cambridge When some think of autumn they get a whiff of pumpkin spice and run to their closet for sweater. In Cambridge you can feel the onset of falling leaves in the air, so that sweater might be a good idea. But Fall isn’t the time to retreat indoors. Instead, the city […]

Cambridge Autumn

The Charles River flows in between Cambridge and Boston. This 80 mile river hosts water activities from the spring to autumn. It is also where the infamous Duck Tours go from road to water. In October, it is also home to the Head of the Charles Regatta which is the largest two day regatta in […]

Head of the Charles Regatta

Wondering where to stay in Cambridge or Boston for college visits? With over 40 colleges and universities in the Cambridge and Boston area, we’ve had the pleasure of hosting many families and students for Parent’s Weekends, Alumni Weekends, and college tours. Our homey rooms, free breakfast, parking and central location near the Harvard Square Red […]

College visits: Cambridge & Boston – Where to Stay