Boston Travel Guide 49 Comments / By zyulkyar / July 10, 2020 Our Boston travel guide! We braved a Boston February to explore this amazing east coast city and we had a fantastic time, what a city. Want to go to Boston too? Related
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Barking Crab was my favorite part of my visit to Boston last summer!
Is tipping not like that in other places??? & do they not take your card like that in other places?? hahah i live in america its like that everywhere ive been
Yes, always tip… bartenders and waitresses get paid about $2/hour. They basically work strictly for tips. If you have bad service, tip less… but always tip. Industry standard on food is 20%, or $1 a beer at a bar.
How is noone talking about how sick the foeder crafter's t shirt in the style of a black flag t shirt is? Also rad video
I Love Boston, eu amo Boston
Thanks for the video. Really informative
Make sure you check for SKIMMERS if you use your card ANYWHERE in Mass. ~Stay Frosty…
Don't tip on the tax. 10% for marginal service. 15% for good service. 20% for exceptional service. 0% for slow service and cold food.
What musik did you use at 0:30 I want to have it as well.
"AHHHHHHH! It's just…so wasteful!!!"
Tipping is still the way a capitalist society ( employer) like the states has found not to pay correctly it's employees .
Godzilla vs ghidorah
I'm from NJ near Philadelphia and Boston is one of my favorite cities to visit. Please do a video on Philadelphia, if you haven't already.
I really enjoyed the presentation and your personality but I have one a suggestion: please enunciate very clearly the names of streets, restaurants, etc. I had difficulty understanding what you said because it is unfamiliar. ( It would be the same for you if I said, "You must see Multnomah Falls outside of Portland, if you didn't see it in writing) It would help to have any names you are using printed at the bottom of the screen. I did get a couple of the names, Trillium Brewery and the Liberty Hotel, but I missed others and I'd rather not have to listen several times to get the information.
Going to Boston in April (2020) and can't wait to go. This video was very helpful.
'Put away the mobility scooter' is a pretty ableist thing to say. The whole point of mobility scooters is to aid people who can't walk far. 'Walkable' is relative.
I like Boston still
Nice guide good for a tourist
Did he say "Massatoosiss"??
Man from what I am learning I moved from LA to Boston, and there is not a whole lot to do here, like legit the freedom trail is a major thing, I mean it's cool once but overall it's a bit boring, I was hoping for a bit more.
As a Bostonian this was the first video that drew me to your channel. I have to say I love your videos and think you guys deserve way more attention. It's so interesting to see local and distant cities from a tourist point of view. I've been a subscriber and avid consumer of new content ever since. Keep up the great work! You guys are awesome.
Why I feel so excited when watching your video?
Brilliant! Thanks for all the really useful and interesting information
What parts of the city are the bad areas? Which ones to avoid?
Please go to Lisbon.
Hai, Dear Alex.I keep apply your "Remain Illusion" into my life (about 1 month)..-should i keep it or give up/surrender?
Boston is the most European feeling city I've been to in the US (and that makes perfect sense for obvious reasons). Love it. If it wasn't so expensive maybe I'd want to live there too .
Is there much irish people.
Thank You for that video) Really helpful and interesting!
Thank you! Exactly what I was looking for for my upcoming trip.
nailed it again … great picks in boston!
See you in August!!
Haha mate you absolutely butchered the pronunciation of "roti canai", it's pronounced "cha" instead of "ka"
Please, visit Kiev. The city is very beautiful and affordable.
please take us through the windy city(Chicago!)
15:40 true fact
Agreed scary spice.
Love your episodes, I was wondering why you didn’t talk about surrounding areas of Boston such as Cambridge? Harvard, etc. while it’s not the center of Boston it’s so close that most travelers would venture out. Thanks guys!
So much repeat and little benefit.
Very nice videoThank you for making such good content
Things left out ….Fenway tours on fall East Cambridge wealth of ethnic dining. Santarpio’s pizza on East Boston James Wurth German Restaurant in DowntownRussian deli’s on Brookline
I’m a native Bostonian, and sorry but you already violated my most important tip from the very beginning of this video: DO NOT COME HERE IN WINTER!!! You are only doing yourself a disservice. Our Winters SUUUUUUUCK!! It’s absolutely beautiful here in Boston during literally any other season, but between the months of Mid-late November to early April, STAY AWAY. You’ll freeze your butt off otherwise!
Hah the humour is much appreciated, great vid as always Attache team!
Don't forget Arlington https://youtu.be/PN8gc9S7GHA
FYI the T fair has gone up since 2006 I live Boston .
Visit the Mapparium (a huge inverted 1930s glass globe that you walk inside.) And the Ether Dome at Massachusetts General Hospital … a surgery theater where the first use of ether was demonstrated. They have a mummy and a human skeleton in there too. Two really neat and somewhat obscure places.