or grab a bite at the many spots in greater downtown boston
The weather was sunny. I wore dressy sandals and a pretty but dressy top.
The weather was cool. I wore a sweater, flip-flops, etc..
I wore light jacket.
We parked at 200 Stuart Street which was convenient and seemed to have the best rate.
many people seemed to know that food was allowed and brought in snacks and in some cases, dinner.
Go out for dinner at near Chinatown.
The weather was Beautiful. Sunny and warm. . I wore Shirt and slacks. .
The weather was Cool. I wore Sneakers, pants sweater and jacket.
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Parking Garage around the corner under Transportation Building is $22.00 for the evening
The weather was cool spring evening. I wore Light jacket and dressy casual.
The weather was cold. I wore dress and boots, but many of the other people wore jeans. It's the opera, you should be a bit more dressed up than jeans! .
These smaller production are worth supporting. Not every one shines that way this one did, but if folks don't support these types of events, it will make for a duller life for all.
Near Chinatown, so plenty of very good and cheap places to dine.
Parking on the street is free on Sunday, but good luck finding a place
I wore no schlub-wear.
Parking is a problem and the nearby lots are expensive. I recommend that you go get via the T.
The weather was pretty mild (lucky!). I wore a sweater and slacks. Many children were dressed in their holiday finest. So sweet!.
There is a parking lot on the side street across from the theatre. So convenient and only $20.
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