Here is the Boston waterfront and the Financial District—my office building is one of the smaller ones in the center. The building on the water with the archway is at Rowes Wharf, where my commuter boat docks. In the lower right foreground is the New England Aquarium. To the right of the Financial District are some low brick buildings making up Faneuil Hall Marketplace (a.k.a. Quincy Market), a popular place for both residents and tourists, which contains many shops and eating places, and a variety of outdoor performers on nice days. On the upper left behind the tall buildings can be seen part of Beacon Hill, where the statehouse is located. Beyond Beacon Hill is the Charles River, separating Boston and Cambridge, and the buildings along the river in Cambridge are on the MIT campus. Here's a water-level view of the same area from Fan Pier, which is at the edge of South Boston across from downtown. If you look closely in that photo, you will notice a new office tower in the center, which is a sister-building to the tallest building in the picture at the top. These two buildings together (One International on the left, Two International on the right). are known as International Place.