Boston has plenty of freebies for penny-pinching students, from its top-notch art museums to grand historical landmarks. And as travelers we get to reap the benefits. Local JS correspondent Sarah Pascarella gives us a tour of Beantown on a budget.
212 Columbia Heights Brooklyn, Brooklyn Heights: Harbor views from every floor of this Brooklyn Heights grand masterpiece. This 25 foot wide, five story Italianate beauty was built in 1855 and underwent a thoughtful, meticulous renovation in 2005. All the glorious original detail was incorporated with modern functionality, including a massive cook's kitchen, butler's pantry, all new bathrooms, restored plaster work, five working gas fireplaces and new mechanical systems.
Boston skyline photography from New England and Boston based fine art photographer Juergen Roth showing landmarks such as the Custom House of Boston, Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Memorial Bridge, One International Place and the TD Bank North Garden home to the Boston Bruins and Celtics captured on a twilight night in September 2013. www.RothGalleries.com
Lot 23: The Atlas National Bank of Boston, Morgan $1 Roll; A roll with enders showing a Carson City "CC" and 1885; together with 1900 purchase receipt from the same bank; ** please note: Leonard Auction cannot guarantee what is contained in this roll; the item is sold as-is and there are no returns **