Boston, the capital of Massachusetts, is one of the oldest cities in the United States of America. Despite being upcoming, vibrant and modern, its streets still echo murmurs of the city’s rich and revolutionary history. The city evokes a European feel, something which is all too evident in its unique culture. Boston is also known as the Cradle of Liberty because of its role in the American Revolution.
There was a time when Boston was considered to be one of the most conservative cities in the country. Today, it boasts of a progressive attitude and it has fast become one of the best and most exciting travel destinations in America. Abundant culinary hotspots, a myriad of sights and attractions, countless historical landmarks and beautiful parks, beautiful cobblestone streets and gas-lamp lit neighborhoods are just some of the highlights of a trip to Boston.
Boston was founded by colonists in the year 1630 and its name was drawn from an old-world English village. It was the home to events which ultimately led to the American Revolution, including the infamous arguments that led to the creation of the Boston Tea Party in the year 1773.
Boston is nowadays known as Beantown, a reference to its colonial era legacy when baked beans and molasses were a specialty. There’s a large student population here because of the presence of some of the best educational institutions in the world such as Harvard and M.I.T and this helps to keep the city edgy and fresh.
The city’s beauty is further enhanced by its breathtaking waterfront setting. Boston boasts of a picturesque harbor and the banks of the Charles River is particularly popular among picnickers, outdoor lovers and nature lovers. Bird watching and whale watching cruises are among some of the best activities in the city and one can also enjoy plenty of hiking and biking opportunities.
One of the best times to visit Boston is the Autumn season, a time when the city’s trees gain all shades of reds, yellows and browns. The entire area becomes extremely scenic and the city becomes a treat for your eyes.
Don’t forget to walk the Freedom Trail when you visit Boston. That much is given. At the same time, don’t forget to check out its fantastic museums, historical neighborhoods and cultural delights. They also say that a trip to Boston is never complete until you have seen a Red Sox game live in action.
There is no doubt that Boston is one of the most historical cities in the US, but there’s plenty of shopping and eating opportunities for those wanting to lighten their wallets. You can find everything here – right from Fenway Franks all the way to exotic cuisines. The locals complete the Boston charm. They’re either friendly or grouchy. In fact, some restaurants in the city specialize in offering their guests with grouchy waitresses. It’s all a part of the Boston Charm.
Some of the best places to visit in Boston include the New England Aquarium, the Freedom Trail, Quincy Market, Faneuil Hall Marketplace, TD Garden, Long Wharf, Fenway Park, Museum of Fine Arts and the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum.
The OROGOLD Boston Store
The OROGOLD Boston Store is located in the Copley Place Mall, one of the best shopping destinations in the area. The Copley Place Mall is located in Back Bay and is famous as Boston’s most fashionable shopping destination. Copley Place is also known to be one of the most dazzling complexes in Boston and it offers you with an entirely unique shopping experience. The mall covers about 9.5 acres and features two hotels, 1400 parking spaces, four office buildings, restaurants and cafes and two levels of shopping. Some of the most popular stores at Copley Place include Barneys New York, David Yurman, Emporio Armani, Neiman Marcus, Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior, Tiffany & Co., Tourneau, Salvatore Ferragamo and Jimmy Choo. The mall is connected to the Shops at Prudential Center via a skybridge that stretches over Huntington Avenue. It is also connected to the Back Bay MBTA station through an underground tunnel, thereby allowing easy access.
The most popular restaurants in the Copley Place Mall are Au Bon Pain and Legal Sea Foods. The two hotels located here are the Westin Copley Place and Copley Place Marriott. While in the area, don’t forget to visit OROGOLD at Copley Place. It is located on Location B, Mall Level 1, right across Louis Vuitton. The OROGOLD Store is famous as one of the most distinctive shopping destinations in Boston and it offers customers with an exciting range of skin care products that contain gold and allow the skin to look younger, smoother and firmer. Moreover, the products offered by OROGOLD Cosmetics have been designed to leave behind a long lasting effect, to let you enjoy beautiful and flawless looks for longer. The best way to get to the OROGOLD Store at Copley Place is through the Stuart Street Entrance near Louis Vuitton.
You might also want to check out some of the main landmarks located close to Copley Place while in the area. The Copley Square, Trinity Church, Prudential Center, Newbury Street Shopping Area, Fenway Park and the Public Gardens are all located close by.
Address: Copley Place Mall, 100 Huntington Ave. Boston, MA 02116
Contact No: 617-236-0007
Store Hours: 10.00AM – 08.00PM (Monday – Saturday).
12.00PM – 06.00PM (Sunday)
Customer Reviews: “I have used Orogold products such as daily moisturizer, night cream, face wash, skin peeler. I recommend people to at least try one of the Orogold products. Not only do the Orogold products use the best ingredients, but also the smell is great and the price is reasonable.” – Mer V, OROGOLD Customer in Boston.