One can't help but notice the bars on the restaurant windows. The luxurious Liberty Hotel in Boston’s Beacon Hill hosted some quite notorious “guests,” including former Boston mayor and later governor James Michael Curley, Malcolm X, and Sacco and Vanzetti – when it was the Charles Street jail. It closed in 1990 and became a hotel in 2007. Rumor has it the hotel is haunted; one thing we can assure is that the thread count has increased.
The groom at this wedding had a well-known passion for good coffee. Coffee beans served as a beautiful, textural table display element with a personal significance. The casual display is perfect for a relaxed, homey vibe.
Grizzly and black bears, moose, wolves, caribou, Dall sheep and many other animals are seen within Denali National Park and Preserve’s six million acres. The Alaska Railroad has a historic depot within the park near the visitor's center, and is a popular way to arrive. The 92-mile Park Road connects the park entrance to Kantishna, where remote lodges such as Denali Backcountry Lodge are located. Buses are the only public transportation permitted into Denali's backcountry other than planes.