The Bulfinch Hotel 107 Merrimac St, Boston, MA02114 Located in the Bulfinch Triangle, the Bulfinch Hotel is also triangular in shape: Architecturally called a flat-iron…More building, the hotel has three connected sides. Just a short walk from Boston's Faneuil Hall, North End and Financial District, the hotel is a prime location for tourists wishing to explore the downtown area. The hotel combines a historic feel with unique modern amenities, all while maintaining modest rates. The Flat Iron Tapas and Bar Lounge is conveniently connected to the hotel lobby, and provides room service to guests. Make sure to ask about special packages catering to sports fans, avid shoppers and incorporating local attractions such as the New England Aquarium and the Museum of Science.
Park Street Church has been conducting worship services at the same place at the foot of Beacon Hill for more than…More 200 years. The Evangelical Congregational church is well established in Boston with a congregation size of more than 1,500 people, 60 percent of whom hail from Boston proper.
The church at 0 Park Street is connected to a large church office building at 1 Park Street that also houses Park Street Kids, a local preschool started by Park Street parents 10 years ago.
Church officials describe services as liturgically oriented and traditional. Four services are held every Sunday, with traditional services at 8:30am and 11am and contemporary-style services at 4pm and 6pm.
ESL and TOEFL classes and homeless outreach number among the many programs based at the church's Park Street office. On Friday the church holds family night and college ministry night.