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Wednesday, 16 June 2010



It would be nice to take aBoston city break i alaways think of Boston and the famous tea party,but being British the less said about that,the better.
Boston was first a town in 1630 and then a city in 1822. I t is one of the oldest cities in the United States.It started of a a very small community and became the hub of social and political change.

Many cities are well recognised by their skyline. Whereas Boston has its vibrant neighborhoods which gives boston its stength. Places like South Boston ,Mid Dorchester and Dorchester itself. All hugging a beautiful coatline and if you love fishing as i do,then you can't go wrong.

Here are  a few free things to do in Boston.

HARVARD SQUARE - The home of Harvard university and also more than 300 registered street performers.
BUNKER HILL MONUMENT - climb 294 steps for a fantastic view of the Boston skyline.
BEST CELLARS - free weeknight wine tasting from 5 to 8 p.m and weekends 2 to 5 p.m.
USS CONSTITUTION - also known as old Ironsides,it cruises Boston harbor.Take a tour of the Naval yard,exhibit hall and the oldest floating warship in the world.

I hope you have liked this insight into Boston,but the best way is to take a visit and see for yourself,then you can make your own mind up about the place. Take care and be safe out there.

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