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About downtownbostontoday

I live and work in downtown Boston.

Skyline

After I finished writing the last entry and I walked up to the roof. Looking at the skyline I realize that the leaf peepers, the parking and all of the other little things, are just that, little things. I get … Continue reading

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Too Many Leaf Peepers

There are still way too many leaf peeper tour buses in downtown. Anywhere I go I still bump into these bus tours that are on the way up to New Hampshire or Vermont. If they are going to stop here … Continue reading

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Hot Wheels

My seven year old son wanted me to post something for him on Daddy’s blog. He told me that he wanted a post about Hotwheels. He says his favorite Hotwheels is the new Cadillac Escalade that is red with flames … Continue reading

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Fall is Here

Fall has arrived in downtown Boston. Yesterday I saw my first lost tour bus trying to make a turn from Salem to Charter Street in the North End. The tour buses are double parked everywhere. The tourist wander down the … Continue reading

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Parking Woes

Living in downtown Boston has one major drawback, parking. I went shopping south of the city this morning and got back at about 1:45. Between the people moving in, the ongoing sewer construction and Tuesday street cleaning, I drove around … Continue reading

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A Grey Day

Woke up this morning and it was still raining. It was one of those cold wet fall mornings that remind you that summer is over. I went down to the park to check the field. Too wet, had to cancel … Continue reading

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Rain Rain

Rain rain go away. That is what the kids tell me. It is horrible out! I am pretty there will be no soccer for the 5 and 7 year old tomorrow. I hope we can go to Eastie to see … Continue reading

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French Lesons

My little one (5 Years old) starts french in two weeks. I hardly speak American. It is amazing what is available today compared to what I could find six or seven years ago for my now seventeen year old.

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