Many a baseball fan has made a summer pilgrimage to Boston over the years. The city is, of course, home to Fenway Park, one of the true jewels of the American sporting world. You can’t call yourself a baseball fan or even a sports fan until you have watched a game from the historic stadium. Just be forewarned that it is home to something called the Green Monster. Kind of scary sounding, don’t you think?
If baseball is not your thing, there are myriad reasons to visit Boston in the ... [read more]
Date:May 23rd, 2007
If you are looking for a quick little getaway to a destination that offers great history, food and nightlife, than look no further than Boston. Beantown is one of America’s great cities and it is ideal for a four-day weekend escape. Take a tour of where the country’s founders once walked, sit back and enjoy the eclectic scene in Harvard Square, and visit some of the best restaurants on this planet.
If culture is your thing, the city has several ornate theatres, including the Cutler Majestic Theatre, Boston Opera House, The Wang ... [read more]
Date:March 2nd, 2007
There’s no better way to experience the cosmopolitan flavor of Boston than by donning your favorite walking shoes or hopping on the T, Boston’s convenient public transportation. You’ll find that Massachusetts’ capital successfully combines big-city amenities with a friendly, small-town atmosphere. One of the oldest cities in the States, Boston’s cobblestone roads twist and turn their way through more than 100 college campuses, thousands of businesses and and millions of Irish-descendants.
The fiercely loyal sports fans of Beantown cheered as the curse over the Boston Red Socks lifted long enough in 2004 for the ... [read more]
Author: Miss Julie
Date:December 24th, 2006