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There’s history and culture around every bend in Boston—skyscrapers nestle next to historic hotels while modern marketplaces line the antique cobblestone streets. But to Bostonians, living in a city that blends yesterday and today is just another day in beloved Beantown.
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Feel like you’re right in Fenway! Bleacher Bar has a large window that opens up right on to the field. No game needed for you to love the atmosphere.
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Go to Kelly’s Roast Beef for the BEST fried clams. I like to go at 3 p.m., eat on the beach across the street, and watch the 747s take off from Logan.
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Stay across the Charles in Cambridge, where institutions like Harvard and MIT allow you to bask in the smartness.
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The oldest park in the country (and possibly the only one with a 200-year-old ban on cows) buzzes with activity and makes for a delightful afternoon.
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If it’s one thing Bostonians love, it’s walking—and they have a great city for it, as you’ll see with a landmark-filled stroll along the Freedom Trail.
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Come alive with the crowd when Boston’s beloved Red Sox take the field at Fenway Park. Tickets can be hard to come by, but not impossible—even last minute.
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With a collection that boasts over 450,000 pieces, Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts is not to be missed. Go on a Wednesday afternoon for reduced admission.
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Go back in time with a look at the oldest commissioned warship still afloat. Free guided tours are given by active U.S. Navy members throughout the week.
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Boston vacation travel guide and tour information including highlights such as historic sites, Fenway Park, and Bunker Hill Monument.