Every city has that one place where all visitors tend to be drawn, but, once they get there, they only end up filling duped and disappointed. What’s that one place in Boston that’s super-touristy and has no sense of place? Cheers The bar from the TV hit show Cheers is located in the Beacon Hill…

Boston has more history than just about any other city in America, plus they have great museums and other cultural offerings, plus outdoor spaces and a pretty famous ballpark. Here’s a few our favorites things to do in Boston: 1. Museum of Fine Arts The Museum of Fine Arts is a world class art museum, and a chance…

Boston best restaurants range from oyster bars to high-end dining to family-run Italian eateries. Go for the fresh seafood, the heartwarming pastries, the pizza, and the ice cream. Here’s our favorites: 1. Neptune Oyster   Neptune Oyster is the king of the Boston oyster restaurants. The menu is not extensive, but everything on it is awesome. Besides the…

A Visitor’s Guide to Boston Neighborhoods Downtown – downtown is the definite hub of Boston’s activities – besides the government buildings and skyscrapers there’s the Faneuil Hall Marketplace, the beginning of the Freedom Trail, the Children’s Museum, and the waterfront area with the Boston Tea Party Site and the New England Aquarium. On the western side…