A memorable Harvard graduation in Boston with Fabio

The Harvard graduation ceremony of our daughter Linda, who had been chosen the valedictorian of his class, was a proud moment for our family, and an event we couldn’t miss. So, I travelled with my wife Susan and our youngest, Simon, still in high school but already eyeing MIT. I wanted nothing to disturb us from this special occasion, and we flew from La Guardia airport to Boston, where I had secured a chauffeur for our stay.  

Fabio greeted us warmly at Logan airport and drove us to Harvard’s campus in his spacious Lincoln Navigator. The comfort and serenity he provided were precisely what we needed to focus on Linda’s big day. During the journey, Simon observed that the gift bag containing the gold-embroidered pen that we intended to present Linda with after the ceremony had been hit and damaged during the flight. I asked Fabio for help, and he reassured us, saying he knew the perfect place to get a fitting replacement, and that he would make sure we got one while we were at the ceremony.

We had fantastic seats. Linda’s speech on the values of trust and commitment was moving and eloquent. Before the ceremony was over, Fabio was back and produced a beautiful and elegant bag that perfectly matched the occasion and our gift for Linda. Our chauffeur then retreated and waited discreetly in the background until the moment arrived we would need him again. 

Later that evening, our celebration continued with a remarkable dinner at O-ya, a Japanese-inspired restaurant in downtown Boston. The following morning, Fabio drove us back to Logan airport. His attentiveness and assistance during such an important event for our family were invaluable, and as I thanked him, I reflected on how well he represented the very values Linda spoke about in his speech.

“Supporting this family’s proudest moment was an honor. Ensuring their day went smoothly, from the ceremony to the celebration, made every effort worthwhile.”

Explore Boston's most exclusive spots, personally endorsed by Fabio:

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    The Liberty Hotel

    A luxury hotel with a rich history, located in a beautifully renovated former jail. Offers upscale accommodations and dining options. Address: 215 Charles St, Boston, MA 02114.

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    An elegant restaurant in the Fort Point neighbourhood, offering a blend of French and Italian cuisines under the guidance of renowned chef Barbara Lynch. Address: 354 Congress St, Boston, MA 02210.

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    The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

    Home to an extensive collection of fine and decorative arts, with lush courtyard gardens, this museum presents an intimate collection curated by one of Boston's leading art patrons. Address: 25 Evans Way, Boston, MA 02115.

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    Four Seasons Hotel Boston

    Overlooking the Public Garden, this 5-star hotel is known for its refined elegance, luxurious rooms, and top-tier service. Address: 200 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02116.

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    Newbury Street

    Boston’s most prestigious shopping street, featuring high-end boutiques, salons, and cafes set in charming 19th-century brownstones. Stretching from the Boston Public Garden to Massachusetts Avenue.

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    Known for its sophisticated and modern New England-French cuisine, this restaurant is perfect for an exquisite dining experience, often paired with impeccable wine selections. Address: 774 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02199.

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    A hidden gem in the Back Bay, Bodega doubles as a sneaker boutique and a designer apparel shop, with an entrance disguised behind a convenience store facade. Address: 6 Clearway St, Boston, MA 02115.

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    Rowes Wharf Bar at Boston Harbor Hotel

    A luxurious waterfront location that offers a sophisticated ambiance with live jazz, an extensive wine list, and artisan cocktails. Address: 70 Rowes Wharf, Boston, MA 02110.

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    Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

    One of the largest museums in the U.S., it houses a vast collection of artworks ranging from ancient Egyptian to contemporary, with frequent high-profile exhibitions. Address: 465 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA 02115.

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    Shreve, Crump & Low

    America’s oldest jeweller, offering exquisite diamonds, fine jewellery, and watches, this store is a Boston landmark for luxury shopping. Address: 39 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02116.

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