Boston Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

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  1. The city of Boston stands at the mouth of the Charles and Mystic Rivers at the East Coast of the United States of America, situated on the banks of Massachusetts Bay, Boston features a fine natural harbor.

  2. With that accent, if he's authentic, he wouldn't have pronounced Faneuil Hall the way he did. It rhymes with flannel, not mule. It is a bit demeaning to pull stunts like this.

  3. Boston is alright. I've lived on the south shore my whole and still haven't seen every part of Boston. But it's great for people who are patriotic or sea lovers or Sports fanatics but I find it kind of boring. The parks are beautiful, the food is amazing, the live entertainment is good but other than the museum's/aquarium; there's very little to do besides eat and drink lol north Boston is beautiful. But to me Boston is a nice place to visit once or twice but wouldn't be my choice of city to live in

  4. "The British are coming!" – I'm from the UK and will be in Boston for a week in September this year. Looking forward to it so much. My first time in America and it'll be my birthday too! Anyone fancy being a Tour Guide for a couple of days? Would love to visit Harvard and MIT if possible, and also looking to see the bar where Matt Damon put that cocky student who was embarrassing Ben Affleck in his place haha. By day I'd like to take in some history, get off the beaten track a bit and taste some good local food, that kind of thing. By night, I'd like to rock out in a rock bar if at all possible. I'm guessing that there are plenty of Irish Bars, but are there any bars with rock music leading the way? I mean, Boston is known for Aerosmith after all. Cheers everyone!

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