National Pie Day – January 23 – is nearly upon us and who doesn’t love pie? The four most popular American pies hail from these four great cities, so here is a little more about what apartment living in these cities is like:
Home of the Boston Cream Pie, Boston is also known for its art and history as well as its sports teams. Apartment dwellers here can go to the famous Fenway Park to see the Boston Red Sox play whenever they want. This city also has fabulous public transportation – the MBTA – and is known for its top schools and healthcare. In addition, this is a wonderful city for foodies, with top-rated restaurants such as La ‘Espeliar and Atlantic Fish Company. Thanks to its significant Irish population, Boston sports a number of fantastic pubs within walking distance from apartment buildings and near public transportation.
Known as the birthplace of the apple pie – thanks to the scrumptious Northwest apples that are grown in the area – this major U.S. city has a lot more than food to tempt apartment residents. Not to be outdone by Bostonites in their love for sports, Seattle residents have made CenturyLink Field, home of the Seattle Seahawks, the loudest stadium in the U.S. They also have access to the best restaurants and seafood, such as Pikes Place Market. Seattle is known for its art and culture, including the illustrious Seattle Museum of Art. For residents who love the great outdoors, there is no better than hiking than at sites such as Mt. Rainier and the surrounding area.
Known for its cherry pie, Washington, D.C. is also, of course, the governmental center of the U.S. That means that apartment dwellers are a short bus ride from numerous historic buildings and sites, such as the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and the Washington Monument. In addition, art and history lovers appreciate the many museums in the Smithsonian Institute. Plus, Washington, D.C. residents get an up-close view of the cherry trees budding in springtime. This city is also known for top restaurants, including Ambar and Bar DuPont.
Miami & The Keys
Home to Key Lime Pie, The Keys and nearby Miami are known for their sunshine and relaxed party atmosphere. Apartment residents in Miami have access to the infamous South Beach, and love to support the Miami Dolphins at Sun Life Stadium. Apartment residents here also get to experience the food and culture of Cuba in Little Havana, shop at Lincoln Mall and eat at any of the fabulous restaurants and food trucks throughout the city.
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