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Legal Harborside: Boston’s Reservation to Have

Legal Harborside: Boston’s Reservation to Have September 16, 2011 | Food, Nightlife, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Courtesy of cherrylet/flickr Opened this spring, Legal Harborside , Floor 1, is not about the food; it is all about the atmosphere. The minimalist decor of this industrial looking space has a panoramic view of Boston’s fish pier. Sitting outside, on a warm summer night, I watched the place fill...

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...

Leaf Peeping, Wine Tasting, and Apple Picking

Leaf Peeping, Wine Tasting, and Apple Picking September 14, 2011 | Food, Things to Do | Read More
Nothing says fall in New England like apple picking and leaf peeping. Throw in booze, and I am one happy lady.  Nashoba Valley Winery is a one stop shop for a real New England fall experience. It is also the perfect place to please a group with differing tastes. Adult date or family outing, Nashoba...

$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...

Things to Do in Boston for Father’s Day

Things to Do in Boston for Father’s Day June 18, 2011 | What's New | Read More
Dads are tricky. They have everything they need, and insist all they want is your precious company. If you’re spending Father’s Day in Boston though, there are plenty of ways to spend your Sunday with your dear old man that might grab his attention. But, dads are a diverse sort, and they range from...

Boston’s Best BBQ

Boston’s Best BBQ June 18, 2011 | Food | Read More
If you’re traveling to Boston this summer, you probably won’t be taking your grill with you. We know, it’s necessary to have that charred goodness on your plate in regular rotation during the hot months, so fear not – there are plenty of barbecue restaurants in Boston to fill that rib, wing,...

Fourth of July Events in Boston

Fourth of July Events in Boston June 18, 2011 | What's New | Read More
In a historic city where people like Paul Revere, Benjamin Franklin, and Samuel Adams all have their roots, there’s no question that the Fourth of July gets done in style. Boston kicks off Independence Day like it’s the Superbowl, and travelers can expect plenty of street food, outdoor concerts,...

Dog-friendly Hotels in Boston

Dog-friendly Hotels in Boston June 18, 2011 | Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
In shops, on sidewalks, and in subways, you’ll see quite a few people alongside their furry friends. A fairly dog-friendly city, Boston opens its doors to dogs in its dog parks and even restaurant patios, so bring your pooch with you the next time you visit, and stay in one of these ultra-chic and...

Free Summer Concerts in Boston

Free Summer Concerts in Boston June 18, 2011 | Events, Things to Do, Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
Three things define summer: warm weather, the outdoors, and fun, and you can find all three of them at a free concert. Boston has three major outdoor areas that become sunny stages, and their musical schedules have just hit the press. Whether you’re looking for golden oldies, classical symphony, or...
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