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The beautiful Boston Harbor is a walkable harbor within downtown Boston and is perfect during the summer. Plenty of restaurants to taste, places to see, and things to do along the harbor. You will be able to see the beautiful waterfront, see the bustling downtown financial district, visit the…
The beautiful Boston Harbor is a walkable harbor within downtown Boston and is perfect during the summer. Plenty of restaurants to taste, places to see, and things to do along the harbor.
The Boston waterfront has seen many changes since its early beginnings as a colonial shipping port. After a period of decline for much of the 20th century, new life was breathed into the area in the mid-1970s with an ambitious redevelopment plan. Today, this interesting mix of residential and…
Ferry service to downtown Boston or airport from Hingham Shipyards...approx 15-20 away. parking avail and take ferry into town. Puts you in town next to historic and tourist attractions. If you need I can pick up or drop off in Hingham as necessary..no public transportation from shipyards.
the famous waterfront with great views, close to the aquarium and home to some great seafood restaurants.
Boston Harbor mit Entdeckungen auf Airbnb
Lerne mit Entdeckungen auf Airbnb dieses legendäre Wahrzeichen kennen – bei von Einheimischen geleiteten Aktivitäten in kleinen Gruppen
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“It's crazy but this museum is pretty cool. If you're fascinated by history or how things work. This is an easy stop. ”
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“Cutler Park’s 800 acres span Newton, Needham and Dedham. The entrance is just across the Newton line. One trail goes around Cutler Pond. Another runs from the pond trail and goes to Powell’s Island canoe landing, under the MBTA commuter rail and out to the Great Plain. In the winter, the area is ideal for cross-country skiing.”
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“Our favorite place in Boston! This beautiful area of Boston is the 17-mile stretch of land along the banks of the Charles River. To many people, this area is known as the Esplanade, especially near the Hatch Shell (great place for food). There are paths that run the entire stretch that make for a glorious place to walk, jog, rollerblade, bike or just get some sun and people-watch. Whether your interest is canoeing or ice skating, baseball or in-line skating, the Charles River is a beautiful resource. There is also a terrific new playground for kids to enjoy. Bonus: Nightshift Brewery has a pop up tenting area.”
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“This is another location associated with Louisa May Alcott the writer of Little Women. After her father's settlement and philosophy experiment of Fruitlands in the town of Harvard failed, and the family almost starved to death, they moved to Concord. Not far from Bush, the home of Emerson. Emerson started a slightly less hard core settlement in Concord. This became their family homestead in Concord.”
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