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In the last installment of See Beantown Like Nobody’s Business, I wanted to at least touch upon what is across the Charles River with tips on Cambridge. With a simple hop on the Red Line at Park Street, you can arrive at Harvard Square, which is of course home to Harvard University and its Harvard.
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In this second installment of See Beantown Like Nobody’s Business, I would like to share with you a day in Boston starting once again from the Common, but with two options for those of you with a time crunch or just different styles: the Esplanade Park or strolling Newbury Street. The Boston Common is the.
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To see Boston in a day or even a long weekend is a tough task.  However, it can be done.  Having just completed a weekend in Beantown, I have a series of tips for those of you wanting to see Boston and the surrounding area called See Beantown Like Nobody’s Business. As the picture above shows,.
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Boston for the Fourth

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Boston or “Beantown” has been one of my homes. I lived there for roughly five years. With its combination of history, arts, culinary scene, and the vibrancy of the population (with so many higher educational facilities), Boston is a top notch city. I had the opportunity to visit last week over the long Fourth of.
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As the majority of us head back to work after a weekend of getaways to campsites, cottages, beach homes, or just a coma induced weekend of lots of grilling and libations, I have just arrived back to South Florida from a very quick whirlwind tour of Boston and a traditional New England Fourth of July..
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As a key component of all travels, food is the window to a different culture. I have decided to highlight my favorite food destinations along with some recommendations in a top ten list. For those of you familiar with David Letterman and the Late Night Show, I give you…..Ms. Traveling Pants’ Top Ten Favorite Food.
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