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"Silver Line Way" T stop (actually a bus on the silver line) is right across the street.

Woke me up once, and caught me as i was getting dressed. Minutes after calling, the sweet bell hop arrived with a set of new keys for us.

Everything well organized and efficiently run from an early check-in, to valet and check-out.

A divider in the form of a balcony was established in the Temple in Jerusalem for the occasion of the Simchat Beit Hasho'evah (Water Drawing Ceremony) on Sukkot, a time of great celebration and festivity.

The divider was first established to preserve modesty and attention during this time.

The stylish and trendy hotel offers light and cheery guest rooms with fluffy bedding and upscale amenities. cleaning staff tried to enter my room 3 times over 2 days even with privacy switched. We needed to switch rooms during the early evening due to some younger guests music and voices, and the front desk could NOT have been nicer in accommodating us.

Super easy public transit, via "Silver Line T" to and from Boston Logan airport.

‎, mechitzot) in Jewish Halakha is a partition, particularly one that is used to separate men and women.

The rationale for a partition dividing men and women is given in the Babylonian Talmud (Sukkah 51b, 52a).

Modern décor complements their seaport area location with a water-centric theme. Outstanding hotel - great bargain, especially in ultra-expensive Boston!

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