Boston is either a 60-minute drive North or reasonable train ride. Boston is a city of intriguing diversity, there's history and high technology, academic excellence and vibrant neighborhoods, financial prominence and hometown sports enthusiasm all within walking distance.
Some of Boston's enduring attractions include The Freedom Trail, Faneuil Hall Marketplace, the museums include the following: Fine Arts, Science and the John F. Kennedy Library, and the New England Aquarium. Strolling along the Charles River Esplanade, window-shopping on Newbury Street or Copley Square. Exploring the cobblestone streets of Beacon Hill, visit the Bull & Finch Pub which was the inspiration for the long running sitcom Cheer's and the Boston Commons to ride a Swan Boat are also popular pursuits.
For the sports enthusiast, Boston will not disappoint you with it's long sporting history starting with the Boston Garden, renamed the TD Bank Garden where the Celtics and the Bruins play, or you can visit Fenway Park and the Green Monster where the World Champion Red Sox's still play.
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