Boston Escorts Travel Guide, Massachusetts Travel Companion

New England’s largest city by far is widely know as the Hub- a name bestowed by Oliver Wendell Holmes, who wrote about chauvinistic turn-of the-century Bostonians who Considered their city, ‘The Hub of the Universe.’ The oldest major US city, founded in 1630, Boston still has a blue-blooded Yankee establishment, but it’s matched by a feisty Irish one, and ethnic diversity is prevalent.

The city center’s compact size surprises visitors expecting “Americanized urban sprawl”, and then discovering that they can get nearly everywhere on foot. Walking the Freedom Trail is a good introduction to historic Boston, and a trip out to Lexington and Concord provides a vivid lesson in what sparked the America Revolution.

Learning and culture rank high in this ‘Athens of the America’ (another often-used, lofty title), where the nation’s first public elementary school was established in 1636. Today the metro area is energized by its student population, some 250,000 strong, attending more than 60 colleges and universities. Harvard and almost-as famous Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) are across the Charles River in Cambridge, part of Boston and yet separate, the city’s ‘Left Bank’.

Must see and do in Boston     

Wander through historic Hall and the surrounding market place on a nice weekend afternoon.

Walk the freedom Trail for a look at Boston of the late 1700s; it also takes you through the Quincy Market area and the Italian North end.

Devote a day to the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and the Museum of fine Arts.

Stroll through Harvard Yard, browse in Harvard Square’s bookstores and visit the University Museums (from ancient civilizations to modern art).

Eat an ice cream in the city with America’s highest per capita ice cream consumption.

Tour the public Garden lagoon in a Swan Boat; this may be the cheapest cruise you’ll ever take.   

Accommodation

The city and vicinity’s popularity as a vacation, convention, business and academic destination translates into heavily booked rooms all year round, so reserve well in advance. Rates are generally high (the overall average is in the very pricy $175 range) National chains are omnipresent, but exceptions do exist.

Contact a bed and Breakfast Agency for moderate- price rooms in local residences
(Including waterfront lofts) and self-catering apartments.

Boston International AYH Part of the America Youth Hostel organization. Super- inexpensive; in the fenway neighborhood near the Museum of fine Arts.

463 Beacon Guest House beacon St.West end Back Bay, near Charles River esplanade.

Boston Hotel Buckminster Beacon St., Old but respectable; at Kenmore sq. near Boston University.

The Kendall Cambridge Stylish boutique hotel, comfortable and quiet, despite it’s location near the Museum of science, shopping galleries and MIT museums.

Mary Prentiss Inn. Comfortable rooms just off Mass, Ave. within walking distance of Harvard Sq.

Irving House On a quiet street close to Harvard Sq.

Food and Drink

Boston remains best known for fresh seafood. There’s also no shortage of traditional Italian and Irish cooking, and such Yankee fare as pot roast, baked beans and Indian pudding. Added to that is a whole wider world of ethnic cuisine. Browse through the North End to take your pick of Italian eateries; do the same in Chinatown for big helpings of affordable and Vietnamese fare.

Beacon Hill and Downtown

Faneuil Hall Marketplace has restaurants and food stalls cooking everything from pizza and hot dogs, soups and sandwiches to full-course lunches and dinners. The colonnaded middle building of this bustling complex contains the largest conglomeration of cheep eateries, with communal seating beneath the dome.

Black Rose. Irish pubs are plentiful in this most Irish of US cities. Food, drink, lives Celtic entertainment, central location.

Durgin Park Faneuil Hall Marketplace; A no-nonsense taste of old Boston, with hearty New England fare.

Prezza; Upscale North End, Italian with huge portions.

Union Oyster House; The US’s oldest restaurant, in continuous existence since 1826 with escorts boston.
Enjoy Oysters galore at the ancient mahogany raw bar.

New Golden Gate; Go between 1100 opening 1500 for incredibly cheap luncheon specials, gigantic enough to carry back leftovers to the hotel for dinner.

(Waterfront) The Wharf 80 Atlantic Ave. Small, casual, and chatty. On a dock poking into Boston escorts harbour. It was my favorite place for lunch, just imagine sitting there having your Boston clam chowder and watching the daily activities of Boston harbour, delightful.

(Back Bay) Betty’s Wok and Noodle Dinner, Retro-chic Asian-Latino diner offers noodle and rice dishes with do- it-yourself toppings. Near Symphony Hall, Huntington Theatre, and New England Conservatory of Music. I enjoyed my lunch there; it was fun, and delicious.

Atlantic Fish Company: 761 Boylston St. If you love fresh seafood like I do, you have got try dinner, or lunch here. It was evident as to why it’s considered Boston’s culinary essence, of serving, only fresh – caught seafood.

Legal Sea Foods: 26 Park Plaza; Casual, noisy local chain with outlets in Copley place, the prudential center and overlooking Boston Harbour at long Wharf.

(Cambridge) John Harvard’s Brewhouse. 33 Dunster St. Inexpensive pub food attracts collegiate clientele.    

Fire & Ice: All-you –can eat grill buffet, cooked to order while you watch. Great atmosphere and enthusiastic staff. Had a great time, the food was very enjoyable. 

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