Boston is the Massachusetts's capital and the largest city in New England. The city was originally settled by Puritan Christians in 1630 and quickly grew into a major trading port.
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Their new location was open just a few months before we arrived and I have to say it was one of the most amazing hostels I have stayed at. The new hostel is purpose built and has to be one of the leading hostels in the US currently and if you are staying in Boston for an extended period I can certainly recommend this place. ... more
The hotel is very bad, with very dirty and noisy rooms, without the least comfort. It is located in Quincy in an isolated place. Strongly discouraged ... more
You're about to book online....just forget Bedford Plaza hotel! When my friends and I (two French and two Canadian people) arrived late at the hotel to stay there for 3 days, the front office manager was very unpleasant. He just asked us our reservation number and laugh at me when I gave him my name. ... more
Hey I'm driving from NJ to Boston next weekend (Sep 9th). Does anybody know of any good bars or good bands that are playing around the area or just interesting things to check out? Any information will be greatly appreciated. Thanks… ...
Hi everyone, I'm searching a good place next september in boston. I am going to Berklee music college and so i would like to rent something near to it. Can anyone help me? Maybe a good website? Thank you in advance. Manu ...
Hi Guys, Me, My husband & our 6 mos. is planning to have a trip to Boston.. Kindly suggest places to go? =) thanks a lot... Is it safe to walk around even at night with an infant on hand? ...
Caught the Amtrak up from NYC to Boston yesterday, arriving mid-afternoon. After checking into our room in Boston's North End, we went for a walk around town. Within about 15 minutes we had come ...
Posted in Bill and Ann's Travel Blog by BillandAnnhols
Boston felt like a really relaxed city, and it was interesting to soak up all the history there. This is the Old State House, where the declaration of independence was first read. A fancy bridge. Build-up to Thanksgiving. This is the stairwell in Boston's public library. ...
Posted in North America by Darell