The Guest with the Chev on the LEFT has Backed Into the Parking space -- you can drive in and back out.  The Studio is across the patio from the parking.  The Duplex and Penthouse are up the spiral stair on your left.YES THERE IS A CHARGING STATION IN CASE YOU HAVE AN ELECTRIC CAR!  It's $5 per charge plus the $20 per day parking.
zzzzzz ONLY PARKING FOR GUESTS BOOKED @ $120+
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Das ist nur ein CarParkingSpace für einen kleinen SUV, kleiner BMW, CAMRY. Nur GUESTY kann diesen Platz für $ 25 pro Nacht buchen. CheckMyOtherListings Duplex www.airbnb.com/rooms/798957 etc, Buch, und wir werden diesen Platz zu unserer Wohnung mieten
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This Is Only a CarParkingSpace for a small SUV, small BMW, CAMRY. Only GUESTY can book this space for $25 per night. CheckMyOtherListings Duplex www.airbnb.com/rooms/798957 etc, book that and we'll add this space to our apartment rental


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For Your CarYup! IT'S JUST THE PARKING SPACE. And it's reasonable but not FREE, and not even a bed is included. No Queen No Real Bed, No Beds at all, but I don't care how few or how many people use the car you park in the space. I'm writing to AIRBNB's Help Desk, to get them to add OTHER to their "Room Type" menu, and to add a choice of 0 beds to the pull down menus. Parking in Boston's South End is more scarce than Penthouses or Hen's Teeth. And parking per square foot rents for more than a square foot of air-mattress-for-a-night! Go To
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Nutzerprofil von GirahGirah ist ein Superhost.
Juli 2015
Ed has it all figured out when it comes to South End Boston living. Booking this spot was easy and super convenient to park my rental car. Don't chance getting a ticket in the city!
Nutzerprofil von EdwardEdward ist ein Superhost.
Antwort von Edward:
You were a perfect fit for the house, the neighborhood, and the other guests here in the Penthouse! Thanks for booking. You took good care of the place while I was in MN visiting family. AND the parking is convenient! Glad it all worked out for you.
Juli 2015

Nutzerprofil von Christian
Juli 2015
Just a parking spot...but convenient and safe!
Nutzerprofil von EdwardEdward ist ein Superhost.
Antwort von Edward:
It is convenient --- just a few steps from the patio door to your apartment. Happy it worked out for you.
Juli 2015

Nutzerprofil von Michelle Rui
April 2015
Follow Ed's direction. It's very clear and made the parking easily. I park a mid size car. It seems it is good for a regular SUV. Great!
Nutzerprofil von EdwardEdward ist ein Superhost.
Antwort von Edward:
The parking is a good option! Especially because it's just a few steps from the living room in the Duplex.
April 2015

Nutzerprofil von Olivier
März 2015
Again, this is a review for the parking spot only, which would have been a bit hard to find, but Ed provided great indications. It was free of snow on my arrival, despite the huge amount that had fallen int he previous days. Definitely a great plus to have next door dedicated parking in Boston !
Nutzerprofil von EdwardEdward ist ein Superhost.
Antwort von Edward:
Happy the parking spot worked out for you! It's so much easier getting luggage up and down through the Patio Entrance! Fortunately I've got some great people who shoveled all this snow this winter. It's amazing for me to see the cobblestones.... esp because they had to be pretty creative to find places to pile up the snow!
März 2015

Nutzerprofil von Réjean
Januar 2015
An advantage, parking availible
Nutzerprofil von EdwardEdward ist ein Superhost.
Antwort von Edward:
Yes, it is convenient... happy it worked out for you.
Januar 2015

Nutzerprofil von Hunter
Dezember 2014
Great to have this available. Thanks!
Nutzerprofil von EdwardEdward ist ein Superhost.
Antwort von Edward:
Happy it worked out for you, Hunter... This parking is just steps from your back door... happy you took advantage of it!
Dezember 2014

Nutzerprofil von Anna Maria
November 2014
We stayed in Boston for two days and we found the house very comfortable and clean. The neighborhood is charming and quiet and me, my boyfriend and my two other friends were very happy with our choice. The owner Ed was welcoming and truly nice; we asked him for tips and advice and he was always ready to help us. We thank him very much! We went with a car and were able to book a car space behind the house from the owner, because the parking in the street is reserved for residents. So that's a plus of the accommodation. Overall, this house is a perfect solution if you want to visit the city and have all the comforts of a house. Hope to come back!
Nutzerprofil von EdwardEdward ist ein Superhost.
Antwort von Edward:
Loved having all of you here in the Duplex. I was impressed with you and your stay. You used the house gently while you were here and left it super clean and well organized... ready for your return. And I hope you will decide to stay here when your travels bring you to Boston.
November 2014

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MY THOUGHTS on the BostonMarathon2013 tragedy It's just 8 short block from my house, 8 brief minutes north. I want to thank so many of you who wrote on April 15.

Although I'm usually at The Finish Line on Boylston St near Dartmouth, this year I was at Home Depot picking up the final materials and fixtures for finishing up Project 158.

And this Tuesday April 16 morning... I couldn't sleep, I woke, wrote, went back to bed, got up again, and wrote some more.

I'm writing from Boston's Historic South End, it's 4:45am birds are beginning to sing. Sirens can be heard in the distance now. I live eight brief minutes on foot from the Marathon's Finish Line. I'm still in shock. Very sad and very angry that this could happen. Especially in this city, one of the most peaceful and progressive in the country.... happen in front of our library, the first public library in the country during a "people's sporting event". We are a city with many "sport's palaces" but this event is for the every citizen. It's not dominated by high salaries and expensive admission. It's a free event here in a city that so often makes history and writes laws that have extended social justice, rights, and freedoms to so many of us. We were the first Common Wealth and our constitution was the model for The United States Constitution which has extended rights and freedoms to so many. A constitution whose rights and freedoms are too easily limited by cynical people who sow fear and hate.
Now it's 7:24 am.. more sirens, the trash truck is trashing out back, the helicopters are again in the air, the streets are empty. Last night walking home from Foodies with salad-to-go, the few who were out walked in silence, the restaurants were closed. I'm in tears. I’m looking at my cover photo singing with last March.

Our December 14 concert fades in. It was just after the senseless deaths of NewTown CT school children. Reuben, our director, introduced us singing Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah and I don't remember his exact words but they went something like... "Today people asked me how we could be singing at a time like this, and I said HOW COULD WE NOT BE SINGING, singing Hallelujah. Cohen's, Hallelujah, a song of praise. A song that has more than 100 verses." He went on. "A song that needs so many verses because Cohen's asking... ASKING how do I sing praise... how do I sing Hallelujah."

Reuben's words stopped and our singing began, and when our singing stopped Jordon Hall rose in a standing ovation. It's was a moment I'll never forget, a Dec 14 moment, a day I'll never forget. I don't remember Reuben's exact words, and yet, I can rebuild what he said as the thought and the moment will never leave me.

And now one day and four months later, in the middle of the month, on a day we celebrate our Patriot's, a holiday, a holy day, here in Massachusetts, in my city, my hometown, on the 17th century streets, streets I've walked countless times, there's more sudden senseless death.

This time let's not use this sacred time as an excuse to start wars-for-profit. Here in Massachusetts we have the will to change our sadness, our loss, out anger into a social movement. Let us begin, and let us begin by singing, singing Hallelujahs.

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I'm a retired professor of Management and Accounting, Massasoit Community College. Currently traveling, writing, acting. Member of Stage Source, Boston Casting, Boston Gay Men's Chorus. Model for Life Drawing in Boston's SoWa studios, Tom Oulette, Ed Barron. Own and manage apartments in my Boston Town House. Recently spent 9 months in Buenos Aires, a year in France to improve my French, 10 days on the FRAM touring Antarctica, 5 days on the INCA TRAIL from Olantetambo to Machu Picchu. page Edward LeMay

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