Thursday, September 3, 2009

Post Office Square

I just saw this nice article in the Boston Globe about the park where I often go to eat my lunch in Downtown Crossing when the weather's nice: Click Here. Be sure to view the little video at the top of the article. It gives you an idea about the atmosphere. The article is about the seat cushions that the park provides to anyone who comes to the park and wants to sit on the grass. Apparently they've been providing the cushions for 10 years and no one has ever stolen one. That's pretty cool. The park really is a treasure. They usually have classical musicians playing during the lunch hour, and there's a fountain in the middle, where kids go and play in the water spray. They have one area with a pergola, with benches underneath. There are trees and lots of perennials. I love this park.

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