The scenery of architecture in Boston was so incredible to me that I found myself drawn to its city views from various window locations, such as at a metro stop, in the library, our hotel room, and a bookstore. There was never a shortage of red brick and the older buildings always seemed to stand out even more against the shininess and modernity of the tall sky scrapers. It was for this reason that made the city feel so unique and full of character. To be honest, it was the closest US city that made me feel like I was overseas.
One of my favorite locations in Boston was the Boston Public Library. The main entrance is directly across from Trinity Church, making views from the windows along the McKim room utterly breathtaking.
The two windows along the staircase going up into the McKim room overlook the courtyard, which is surrounded by high arches and cafe tables and chairs. This view almost makes you believe you are in a palace instead of a library.
This window catches a glimpse of the quaint neighborhood of Beacon Hill from the Charles/MGH metro stop. To the left of this brick building is a row of cute store fronts aligning both sides of the street.
This is the view from our hotel window on a rainy early morning. Our hotel was located near MIT’s campus, with metro stations directly behind the hotel.