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Linens On The Hill
52 Charles St, Boston, MA 02108
Linens on the Hill is a beautiful and quaint independently run store that carries fine linens and other bed relatedMore products for those looking to beautify a bedroom. Lynne, the owner, is very friendly and knowledgeable, and willing to lend her expertise about thread counts and comfort levels to any customer who asks.
The Bulfinch Hotel
107 Merrimac St, Boston, MA 02114
Located in the Bulfinch Triangle, the Bulfinch Hotel is also triangular in shape: Architecturally called a flat-ironMore 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.  
A Room With A Vieux Antiques
20 Charles St, Boston, MA 02108
Don't be deceived by the simple Charles Street entrance; visitors who step inside are sure to be dazzled by the sparkingMore interior filled with 100 percent French antique pieces dating from a range of eras including Louis Philippe, Louis XV, Louis XVI and Napoleon III, intertwined with art deco pieces from the 1920s. Ask the knowledgable staff about their favorite pieces, they might introduce you to extraordinary finds including a piano made by Beethoven's favorite piano maker. Gilded in 24 karat gold leaves, and one of only two in the world, this breathtaking piece features an original keyboard, candle holders, complete with signature and date. The store's specialty? King size beds.  
Dakota Puffin Dog Boutique
120 Charles St, Boston, MA 02114
Dakota Puffin Dog Boutique offers accessories and treats for dogs of all sizes and breeds. It offers quality dogMore collars, leashes, toys, treats, beds, bowls, shampoos and more. Most products are made from recycled, organic products and the selection keeps on growing. It also features a dog wash so owners can come to the store and wash their dog or have their dog washed. Customers can make a dog food order or ask about after-hour dog training classes. It is locally owned and operated by fellow dog-lover Nicole Salerno.
Helen's Leather Shop
110 Charles St, Boston, MA 02114
Helen's Leather Shop, which started as a "hippie leather goods store" in the 1960s, is now one of the top destinationsMore for Western wear in Boston. The store, which has been a family-run business for over three generations, offers one of the biggest selections of Western apparel for men, women and children in New England. Step inside and you'll find a variety of American products, including handmade boots, belts, shirts and bags. From vintage belt buckles to Navajo jewelry to kids' spurs, if you're looking for a taste of Western, this is your one-stop shop. Questions? Ask the friendly staff.  
Boston Public Library - West End Branch
151 Cambridge St, Boston, MA 02114

The West End library is a bustling, light-filled branch of the Boston Public Library. While its on-site collection ofMore about 50,000 books makes it one of the smaller locations, it is the third busiest branch in the 27-branch system. But patrons also have access to materials in all Boston Public Library branches, including the 7 million titles stocked at the Central Library in Copley Square. Log online to have the book you're looking for sent to the West End branch or ask a librarian. 

The library has 10 public computers, an impressive DVD collection, free WiFi and a private meeting room. Preschool story time is hosted every Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. and toddler story time is hosted every Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. 

The West End Branch of the Boston Public Library was established in 1894 and moved into its current building on Cambridge Street in 1968. 

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