The historic capital city of Boston has much to offer those looking for romance. With it’s charming cobblestone sidewalks, ambient restaurants and well-manicured parks, couples will find themselves falling in love all over again.
Category: Local Guides
July 13, 2012
Although it can often feel muggy on hot days, summertime in Boston also brings out some of the city’s best activities—like yoga in the park, outdoor festivals, and sitting on patios enjoying local seafood. Here are some summer ideas to consider working into your visit to Boston:
June 22, 2012
Ah, Beantown. If history was shoe sizes, Boston would be wearing clown shoes. In all seriousness, Boston has played a central role in American history from its very beginnings. From 1630 when Puritan colonists founded the town, to the Boston Tea Party, and even the Battle of Bunker Hill, Boston is rife with culture. Now a modern city with a thriving economy, a vibrant nightlife, and a bevy of daytime activities to interest visitors, Boston remains an American city of prominence.
February 17, 2012
Long gone are the days when the Puritans and Pilgrims walked the cobbled streets of the small peninsula of what is now bustling Boston. Today, however, the knowledgeable amateur historian need not look far for the footprints of these original settlers of modern-day Beantown. From the Boston Massacre, to the Boston Tea Party, to the definitive battles of the American Revolution, it’s little wonder Boston and its surrounding area is known as the ‘Cradle of Liberty.’