|Beacon Hill is one of the oldest neighborhoods of Boston. It's known for its narrow streets, grand row houses, stretches of cobblestones preserved here and there, brick sidewalks, and gas lights that stay on even during the day (sic!). This is the best address in the city - Boston's creme de la creme live here, houses reach through the roof prices, and one can run into John Kerry and Uma Thurman, among others.|
Sylvia Plath lived in this house on Willow St.
|A message for those privy in the arcana of mathematics? Or just a solution to a nagging problem that suddenly presented itself to a tortured student?|
|During the day, Beacon Hill belongs to gardeners, handy men, cleaning crews, and professional dog walkers. Here, three walking buddies await the forth.|
Please tell me that you too steal peaks into people's windows.