Top Things to do in Boston || The Walking City || (City Travel Guide) || Travel Buddies Films ||
This video guides you through the most beautiful tourist spots in the #CityOfBoston and Cambridge, Massachusetts. Boston is a one of the oldest city in United States and often called the walking city because you can walk through the whole city. #FreedomTrail is a 2.3 miles walk in the downtown, which takes you to around 16 historical places such as Massachusetts state house, Boston common park, old north church, the Paul Revere house, #QuincyMarket, Faneuil hall, USS constitution, bunker hill monuments etc, where you will learn about the contribution of this city and their people in American revolution.
Cambridge features world's most renowned and high ranked universities and institutes such as Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Harvard University, Harvard Law, Medical and Business Schools, Boston University etc.
Boston whale watching is a must do while in Boston.
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10 Best Cities to Visit in the US in 2019
America is a vast, incredibly diverse country. There are so many amazing US cities, that it's impossible to fit them in just one list but these should get you started and just might inspire your next great American adventure.
1 SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO
Santa Fe has something unique and almost magical about it. The adobe houses are expertly hidden by natural terrain, the Sangre de Cristo Mountains are a great ski locale. Santa Fe is rich with Spanish and Native American culture. You may do a tour of the Loretto Chapel and round out your trip with some authentic Mexican cuisine and some wine from the many local wineries.
2 SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
The Bay Area is an ideal location for travelers seeking a temperate climate, incredible food and attractions, and diverse culture. A unique activity to do when in San Francisco is to walk across the Golden Gate Bridge, the view of the city and the bay is spectacular.
Other sights that can’t be missed are Lombardi Street, China Town and Alcatraz.
3 BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS
Boston is the place to visit if you want to walk the streets that whisper secrets of the American Revolutionary War. Check out Paul Revere’s house, the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum, and Beacon Hill. Boston also is known for its food, one must try traditional Boston Cream Pie and Boston Baked Beans and don’t forget the New England clam chowder and the lobster!
4 NASHVILLE, TENNSESSEE
Nashville, known for its country and honky-tonks, is steadily becoming a very hip place to visit and even live. Hot chicken is a local favorite, so when visiting, digging in is a must. Check out the Grand Ole Opry, the Country Music Hall of Fame, and the Parthenon.
5 MIAMI, FLORIDA
Prime travel months are december through may when the chance of hurricanes are low. Miami was found bya a woman and is known for its Cuban influences. In fact, it isn’t a trip to Miami if you don’t try a traditional Cuban sammie. Florida also is famous for its pristine white beaches and The Everglades National Park.
6 CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
Visit the Willis Tower, you can see an amazing four states on a clear day from the Skydeck, the deck floor is completely see-through! Chicago is famous for its deep dish pizza and cheesecake. Make sure to check out the “bean,” or more accurately, Cloud Gate in Millennium Park.
7 SEATTLE, WASHINGTON
Seattle is a vibrant city known for diverse food options, lots and lots of rain, and, of course, Starbucks. Visit the original Starbucks at 1st and Pike and then take a stroll through the lively and vibrant Pike Place Market. No trip to Seattle is complete without seeing the Space Needle. There is an admission fee to climb the tower but it be worth it. Do not forget check out the Chihuly Garden and Glass art exhibit.
8 SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA
San Diego has the perfect weather for strolls on the beach or on Mission Beach Boardwalk. also makes for a great time at the San Diego Zoo, SeaWorld, and San Diego Bay. Not too far from San Diego is Legoland, which is a family favorite.
Check out the local food scene. Do not miss Taco Tuesday in SD. In fact, you might just want to plan your trip around tacos.
9 AUSTIN, TEXAS
Another great locale for more temperate weather is Austin. Dig into some mouth-watering barbeque at one of the many local joints and then enjoy some live music in the “Live Music Capital of the World.” Check out the Instagrammable I Love You So Much wall then consider a “weird homes” tour. You might get a glimpse of Elijah Wood’s home.
10 SAVANNAH, GEORGIA
The best time to travel is fall, but spring in Georgia is known for its beautiful blossoming flowers. One of the best things to do in Savannah is to experience its rich history by walking through the Historic District. The south and Savannah are known for fried green tomatoes, shrimp and grits, and fried chicken. Wrap up your stay in the south by marveling at the Spanish moss in Forsyth Park.
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HOTEL REVIEW: Revere Hotel Boston Common
Take a tour of the Revere Hotel Boston Common. Large rooms, one of the best rooftops, a well equipped gym and plenty of other amenities, along with a perfect location near to Boston Common, we loved this hotel!
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Discover a destination that redefines sophistication and puts its own spin on the Boston experience. Just a stone’s throw away from the Commons, our luxury independent hotel takes inspiration from the city’s rich history while reveling in the unpredictable. Each space at Revere Hotel complements the next, allowing you to create your own unique and original Boston experience. Our spacious guestrooms will be your hub from which to experience the rest of Revere Hotel. Stage a groundbreaking production in one of our innovative venues. Propose a toast to the nights you’ll never forget in Emerald Lounge. Explore a completely new side of the city at our upscale hotel in Boston.
Inspired by the spirit of Boston, Revere Hotel embodies independence and originality. We invite you to explore our unique offerings, from intimate theater performances to tantalizing cocktails to presentations that wow, at our Copley Place hotel. Savvy travelers are sure to appreciate the superior level of service and attention to detail at our upscale hotel in Boston.
Settle into our intuitive guestrooms, unique among Boston Back Bay hotels, designed to cater to the modern traveler at one of the best hotels in Boston. From pampering amenities such as C.O. Bigelow Bath Products to inspiring views of the city, the details in our luxury Boston accommodations will leave you feeling inspired.
Located in the heart of the vibrant Theatre District, steps away from Boston Common, Revere Hotel is the crown jewel at the end of Boston’s luminous Emerald Necklace. Get swept away by the energy of the city. From theatre to concerts to nightlife, it’s all just steps from our hotel near Boston Common.
Top 10 Hotels in Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
1. The Verb Hotel, Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
Boylston St, Boston, MA
Across from Fenway Park in Boston's Back Bay
Popular property highlights: Breakfast included, Free WiFi, Restaurant, Outdoor pool, Smoke-free property.
2. Battery Wharf Hotel, Boston Waterfront, Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
Battery Wharf, Boston, MA
The only boutique hotel located on Boston Harbor in Boston's historic North End
Popular property highlights: Restaurant, 24-hour business center, Smoke-free property, 24-hour front desk, Multilingual staff.
3. Kimpton Nine Zero Hotel, Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
Tremont St, Boston, MA
Stylish boutique hotel a block from Boston Common
Popular property highlights: Restaurant, 24-hour business center, Smoke-free property, Babysitting or childcare (surcharge), 24-hour front desk.
4. Copley Square Hotel, Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
Huntington Ave, Boston, MA
Boston boutique hotel with individualist style
Popular property highlights: Free WiFi, Restaurant, Smoke-free property, 24-hour front desk, Multilingual staff.
5. Revere Hotel Boston Common, Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
Stuart St, Boston, MA
Boston's Theatre District near Boston Common
Popular property highlights: Free WiFi, Restaurant, Indoor pool, Business center, 24-hour front desk.
6. The Samuel Sewall Inn, Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
Saint Paul St, Brookline, MA
3.5-star bed & breakfast near Boston University
Popular property highlights: Breakfast included, Free self parking, Free WiFi, Concierge services.
7. Seaport Boston Hotel, Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
Seaport Lane, Boston, MA
Boston hotel next to Seaport World Trade Center
Popular property highlights: Free WiFi, Indoor pool, 24-hour business center, Smoke-free property, 24-hour front desk.
8. The Colonnade Hotel Back Bay, Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA
Boston's Back Bay near shopping and restaurants
Popular property highlights: Free WiFi, Restaurant, 24-hour business center, Smoke-free property, Babysitting or childcare (surcharge).
9. Club Quarters Hotel in Boston, Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
Devonshire St, Boston, MA
In the heart of Boston's Financial District
Popular property highlights: Free WiFi, Restaurant, Business center, Smoke-free property, 24-hour front desk.
10. Kimpton Onyx Hotel, Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
Portland St, Boston, MA
Boutique hotel near Boston's TD Garden venue
Popular property highlights: Restaurant, 24-hour business center, Laundry facilities, Smoke-free property, 24-hour front desk.
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8 Things NOT to Do in Boston
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Ahh Boston, One of the oldest cities in the United States, home to the Red Sox, Paul Revere and the finest clam chowder you've ever tasted. It's the perfect place to visit! But unless you want immediately stand out like a tourist or like being the victim of tourist traps, pay attention to these 8 things NOT to do in Boston.
1 Don’t Get A Paper Ticket For The T
You'll pay 55 cents more per ride If you buy a ticket for the T from the machine in the station, than if you get a re-loadable plastic CharlieCard. You can get them for free from a T attendant.
2 Don’t Forget to Hold on When Riding the Green Line
The train jerks around and brakes sharply and unexpectedly while it makes many frequent stops. And avoid it entirely after a Red Sox game, unless you like being pressed against a happy or angry group of drunk people (depending on the score).
3 Don't Go to Cheers.
Though the sitcom Cheers did use the real Beacon Hill watering hole for the Bull & Finch Pub exterior shots, its interior bears little resemblance to the bar on the show. For that, you'd have to go to Cheers at Faneuil Hall, which features a replica of the show's set. Both are overpriced tourist traps anyway so just snap a photo and be on your way.
4 Don’t Plan to Party After 2:00 A.M.
Boston goes to bed early. Bars have to close by 2:00 a.m., many announcing last call well before that. However, public transportation stays running (with limited service) until 2:00 a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights.
5 Don't Go to Mike’s Pastry.
The line is always long and despite being the most famous bakery in the city, as any local will tell you, it’s far from the best.
6 Don’t Expect a Regular Coffee to be Black
In Boston, if you order a regular coffee it will come loaded with sugar and cream, not plain black.
7 Don’t Drive
One way systems, construction, random dead ends, pedestrians scurrying across the street, there's no doubt, Boston's streets are confusing and stressful. And with a serviceable public transportation system, not to mention a surplus of Ubers and taxis, why not take advantage?
8 Don’t Rent and Ride on the Sidewalk
Renting a bike is a great way to get around Boston and while seeing the city. Just ride in the bike lanes and not on the sidewalks. Aside from making everyone on the sidewalk hate you, it's illegal!
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Boston | Paul Revere House | Travel Guide | Episode# 7
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Fort Revere, Hull Ma.
Explored May 28 2018
Been here a thousand times as its sorta near my house so i figured... why have i not really “explored” it’s history and shown the fort? silly me. Lol. Sooo.. here is Fort Revere in Hull, Ma.