Does the thought of moving make you anxious like no other big life activity does? Don’t worry. You’re not alone. Moving is one of life’s top stressors, but lucky for you the Fini Concierge team has moving in Boston down to a tee. Continue reading
Bostonians are serious about their love of baseball. Whether it’s your first time attending a game at Fenway Park or your 100th, we have some tips for what you can do in Boston before a Red Sox game. Continue reading
Boston is known as a major US city that has a small town feel. Its neighborhoods are distinct, have plenty of character and are easy to travel from one to the next. If you’re not used to city living, navigating Boston can be a challenge. Our team at Fini has the best transportation options and insider tips for you to know how to get around Boston and make the most of your visit.
September 1st may not mean much to people outside of Boston. To Boston residents and students, September 1st may cause flashes of overflowing dumpsters, double parked cars, inflated moving service rates, “Allston Christmas,” and other possibly stressful experiences. Students moving in Boston isn’t easy- and often people recommend to avoid the 1st all together. But that’s not possible for many people in the city- especially students.
While you’re trying to balance the start of a new semester, adding a move into the mix may mean you are forced to miss an important class, work, or opportunity. You also don’t need the added stress. We’ve got a solution for students moving in Boston. Continue reading
We LOVE Fourth of July in Boston. If Memorial Day is the unofficial start to the summer, then July 4th is when the we all scream, “Summer is here!!!” With so many exciting Fourth of July events in Boston, here’s our insider guide to making to the best of the holiday.
Getting outside is number one on so many Bostonians’ to-do lists in the summer. One of our favorite ways to do that is by planning a picnic in one of Boston’s many scenic outdoors spots. Planning a picnic doesn’t have to be hard. Here are some of our favorite ways to grab a bite outside.
While boutique and luxury hotels do have their benefits when traveling, more people are opting to rent homes through Airbnb, HomeAway and VRBO. It’s nice to feel like you’re home even though you’re not technically at home. Vacation rentals offer nice amenities such as a kitchen, a yard to relax, a family room to chill out, and a dining area to have home cooked meals. What these lack is a vacation home rental concierge service like hotels offer.
One of the sweetest reminders that warm weather is here, is all of the outdoor dining that takes place. Meals al fresco are certainly a treat and something we don’t take for granted in Boston.