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Dubbed the 'Capital of New England', Boston is one of the oldest cities in the United States and home a number of world renowned educational institutions including Harvard University, MIT and Cambridge.  Those interested in American history will be sure to find plenty to see.  Be sure to check out the brick colonial architecture of Faneuil Hall and Paul Revere's House, or walk along Freedom Trail.  Beside the many brown-stone and ivy-clad buildings, you'll also find towering skyscrapers, modern universities and museums, big-city nightlife along Landsdowne street and serious shopping along Newbury street.  Whatever your interest, there is plenty to do and learn.
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Go and see the Boston Pops... there is really no much more to say!
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Boston affords enough entertainment and sights to see for an extended weekend. Beyond that, you're better off travelling around New England by car. 

Things to see: Boston Common & Newbury Street, the historic south end, Cambridge, (the aquarium and the docks which I love). The new (relatively) ICA (Institute of Contemporary Arts) is a pretty cool building with good programs and art.

Where to eat: Boston has a great mix of fine dining. The South End has many excellent restaurants, and Cambridge great ethnic food. You should experience dining on the top of the Prudential Center, especially if you've never had a "skyscraper dinner".

Do not visit in the winter when the weather is dismal. May and September are perfect months according to me.
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Go to the South End.  I used to live there and it's fantastic.  There are lots of places to eat and shop on Tremont St.  Emilio's Pizza is a fantastic place to get greek style pizza.  Around the corner, down on Shawmut Ave. is Dish.  It has tasty seasonal dishes with a nice wine selection and outside dining options for the warmer months.  Down the street from Emilio's, on Tremont, is Franchesca's Espresso Bar which has lots of coffee/tea drinks, ice cream, sweet and savory treats.  The easiest way to get to the South End is by foot or bus.  It's about 15 min. by foot from the Boston Common.  The easiest way to get there is to start from the corner of Boylston and Berkeley, traveling south down Berkeley away from Back Bay.  You'll hit Tremont and turn right.
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