Beth and I wandered into the city to head to the SOWA open market and followed it up with a leisurely walk through the south end over to Copley so I could buy some tea ($90 at teavana, ouch!). This route took us through a section of the south end I’ve always loved.

Walking down these side streets, you’d never guess you were in the middle of a large city. Each brownstone has it’s own little garden always beautifully landscaped, gorgeous iron work, mini doors under stairways heading to the basements, and a whole lot of peace and quiet. But they are steps away from the city’s best shopping and restaurants. Some day, I WILL be rich and live here!


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