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Take a Walk Along Water

Take a Walk Along Water March 25, 2012 | Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
Boston is surrounded by water! Rivers, ponds and most popularly, Boston Harbor. It is easy to find the perfect place for your seasonal stroll along one of Boston’s many waterways. Enjoy a little time outside, see some of Boston’s most popular attractions, and take in the beauty that is only...

Kids Eat Free

Kids Eat Free March 15, 2012 | Food, Travel Tips | Read More
Let’s face it, kids can be difficult to feed. I swore my son would never be a picky eater because I’d be supermom and make his baby food using herbs, spices and flavors so he would be accustomed to adult fare, and develop a sense of taste. Well, I did make his baby food, often pureeing our...

Kevin Booker Creates Get Noticed Hair

Kevin Booker Creates Get Noticed Hair February 23, 2012 | Travel Tips | Read More
By Polizzotti I’m just an average looking girl, no star-like qualities, nothing that would grab your attention if you just saw me in passing on a regular day. But one day, every eight weeks or so, I get noticed. That’s the day I see my hair guru, Kevin Booker, at Jean Pierre Salon. He turns...

Hotel + Spa = Heaven

Hotel + Spa = Heaven November 20, 2011 | Hotels, Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
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Three Exciting Museums to Expose the Kids to Culture

Three Exciting Museums to Expose the Kids to Culture November 12, 2011 | Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
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Packing for a Winter in Boston

Packing for a Winter in Boston October 24, 2011 | Travel Tips | Read More
If you don’t like the weather in Boston, don’t worry, it will change. As a Boston “lifer” this is a phrase I have heard often. Boston weather is fickle, baffling even the best weathermen and women with its sudden changes, leading to many inaccurate forecasts. With all this weather...

It Would be Wicked Good if You Dropped the R’s

It Would be Wicked Good if You Dropped the R’s September 25, 2011 | Travel Tips | Read More
Photo By Jessica Polizzotti Boston is famous for many things, most of all its accent. The infamous tale of Bostonians leaving out their R’s is no joke. All of my Boston born friends have serious accents; sometimes even I really need to focus to understand them talk. My family members have the...

Using the T: Boston’s Public Transit

Using the T: Boston’s Public Transit September 16, 2011 | Travel Tips | Read More
By bill85704/flickr Driving around Boston is difficult. The streets were not placed in neat blocks like those in other cities. In fact, the streets intersect at odd angles, made even stranger with the construction that seems to always be happening around the city. Having lived here my whole life, you’d...

$50 Day in Boston

$50 Day in Boston September 7, 2011 | Things to Do, Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
It is not often stated, but Boston is a great walking city that has been made even greater by the creation of the Harborwalk and Greenway.  If you have $50 to spend on one day in Boston and want to make the most of it, put on your walking shoes and start early. Begin your day on Newbury Street. Start...

Road Trips From Boston

Road Trips From Boston June 18, 2011 | Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
Sometimes, you just need to leave the city. We get it. The hustle and bustle are great until they grate on your senses, and you need a change. Luckily, Boston is surrounded by cool places that are within arm’s reach. While most of them are accessible by public transportation, we suggest renting a car...
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