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    The Westin Copley Place

    Boston, United States


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    Gracie Finn, Hudson, Patch NYC
    2 Union Park St
    Boston, United States
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    Keeping It Local
    By alison abbott

    One of the great draws of Boston is the fantastic neighborhoods. Each has a different flavor, and all are filled with small specialty stores. I love to support local shopkeepers, and the South End is a super place to do it. Boutique owners in this area of 19th century bow fronts offer unique, well edited collections by local artisans and small businesses—Gracie Finn is a nice example of this. You could spend a day wandering the blocks of storefronts until you are so laden with packages, you'll know it's time to wrap it up and hit a nearby watering hole.

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    Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
    280 Fenway
    Boston, United States
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    Gift at the Gardner
    By alison abbott

    The gift shop at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is not your typical museum store. A carefully curated collection is inspired by the artwork and architecture. Curiosity cabinets invite the visitor to look within, much like the archive rooms, filled with hidden displays. The ever-changing selection is international with a heavy accent on travel and reflects the current exhibits on display and the wanderlust of Mrs. Gardner.

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    Chau Chow City
    83 Essex Street
    Boston, United States
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    Dim Sum in Boston
    By Christine Anuszewski

    For a great brunch, head over to Chinatown to experience dim sum that's delicious yet easy on the wallet. For those of you who want an authentic experience of being back in Hong Kong—the servers push the carts around the restaurant, showing you what they have to offer. The staff were very friendly and accommodating for special diet needs, and the menu expands beyond the items that they have on their carts. The Phantom Gourmet and Boston Magazine have both recommended Chau Chow City—don't be surprised if you tend to eat more than your stomach can handle at this place. A must-go for an authentic experience!

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    John Hancock Tower
    Boston, United States
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    Cafe at a Boston Landmark
    By Kristen Deveney

    The John Hancock Tower is the tallest building in Boston—you can't miss it. (It certainly made the bird flying by look like a tiny speck in the sky in this photo!) The first floor of the building holds a popular lunch spot—Blue Glass Cafe—that I highly recommend as you're walking around Boston.

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    Gaslight
    560 Harrison Avenue
    Boston, United States
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    Warehouse Turned French Brasserie
    By Far/Back

    Located in a wonderful old warehouse building in South End, this French brasserie has tiled walls, globe lamps, and streetlights, as well as a great vibe. Check it out for brunch, as I did! Our wonderful server insisted we try the deep-fried, molten chocolate beignets. I have been dreaming of them ever since.

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    TD Garden
    100 Legends Way
    Boston, United States
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    We Are the Champions
    By Kristen Deveney

    No matter what sporting event you attend at the historic Garden you'll see the proudly displayed championship banners hanging from the rafters. Boston sporting events are energetic, passionate, and invigorating—I recommend catching the Celtics or Bruins at the Garden while in town.

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    Charles River Esplanade
    Charles River Esplanade
    Boston, United States
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    Boston's Riverfront Promenade
    By Patrice Todisco

    Stretching for three miles, from the Boston University Bridge to the Museum of Science, Boston's Charles River Esplanade is an iconic park that affords stunning views of Cambridge and Boston.

    Multiple path systems accommodate walkers, joggers, and cyclists, and a series of newly renovated docks are the perfect place to lounge in the sun on a summer's day. There are three playgrounds for the kids (including one with a spray pool), and a casual cafe.

    Contiguous to Beacon Hill and the Back Bay, the park is home to the Hatch Shell where the Boston Pops play on the Fourth of July, and a series of free outdoor concerts are held there during the summer months.

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    Copley Square
    Boylston St.
    Boston, United States
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    Boston: America's Walking City
    By alison abbott

    Beantown, The Cradle of Liberty or America's Walking City? Whatever you call it, Trinity Church reflected in the Hancock Tower is a perfect example of the old and the new that you'll find in this historic locale. Copley Square is filled with architectural delights, and a perfect spot to get an introduction to the city.

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    Boston Public Library
    700 Boylston Street
    Boston, United States
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    Literature's Lovely Home and Beautiful Books!
    By Vanessa Petersen

    I fell in love with the Boston's Central Library on my first visit, and have returned to its gorgeous stairs, painted walls, changing art shows, and literature finds at least once on every trip here. I could happily spend a few hours here, enjoying a treat in the library cafe, a tour of the art and architecture, and curling up with a good book under some green light. A lovely find for a lover of literature and libraries full of old charm.

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    Old South Church
    645 Boylston Street
    Boston, United States
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    Architecture Love in the City
    By alison abbott

    We've all heard of the Old North Church, made famous by Paul Revere, but one of my favorite buildings in Boston is the Old South Church. The copper-clad cupola was inspired by the cupola atop the Basilica of St. Mark, in Venice. The mix of ornate details and materials—along with the church's commitment to social justice and equality—is what makes it stand out to me.

    When visiting, be sure not to miss the interior, if it's open. You'll find this church to be just as beautiful inside, as out.

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    Boston Public Garden
    69 Beacon Street
    Boston, United States
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    Green Space in Boston
    By alison abbott

    The Japanese lantern in the public garden near the footbridge was a gift to the city in 1904. It's one of many works of art on display in green spaces throughout the city. You'll find calming spots in every neighborhood, where you can take a minute to enjoy and appreciate the surroundings. A few of my favorites are the Public Garden, the Greenway, and Arnold Arboretum.

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    Museum of Fine Arts
    465 Huntington Avenue
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    Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
    By Shan Shan

    If you love art in all its many forms, the Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) in Boston is a 'must-see' destination. They have a great collection of Impressionism and Asian art works, from Monet and Van Gogh, to Chinese furniture and Japanese paintings, as well as the Egyptian collections. In addition, their newly opened west wing contains many stunning pieces of American art.

    Besides the arts, there is a cafe, a restaurant, gift shops of course, and a mini cinema for special shows.

    To get there: The MFA has its own subway stop called, what else, the MFA. If you drive, there are parking garage options as well. You can easily spend half a day here—or more!

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    Chau Chow City
    83 Essex Street
    Boston, United States
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    Dim Sum in Boston
    By Christine Anuszewski

    For a great brunch, head over to Chinatown to experience dim sum that's delicious yet easy on the wallet. For those of you who want an authentic experience of being back in Hong Kong—the servers push the carts around the restaurant, showing you what they have to offer. The staff were very friendly and accommodating for special diet needs, and the menu expands beyond the items that they have on their carts. The Phantom Gourmet and Boston Magazine have both recommended Chau Chow City—don't be surprised if you tend to eat more than your stomach can handle at this place. A must-go for an authentic experience!

    Read More
    Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
    280 Fenway
    Boston, United States
    Show Map
    Gift at the Gardner
    By alison abbott

    The gift shop at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is not your typical museum store. A carefully curated collection is inspired by the artwork and architecture. Curiosity cabinets invite the visitor to look within, much like the archive rooms, filled with hidden displays. The ever-changing selection is international with a heavy accent on travel and reflects the current exhibits on display and the wanderlust of Mrs. Gardner.

    Read More
    Chau Chow City
    83 Essex Street
    Boston, United States
    Show Map
    Dim Sum in Boston
    By Christine Anuszewski

    For a great brunch, head over to Chinatown to experience dim sum that's delicious yet easy on the wallet. For those of you who want an authentic experience of being back in Hong Kong—the servers push the carts around the restaurant, showing you what they have to offer. The staff were very friendly and accommodating for special diet needs, and the menu expands beyond the items that they have on their carts. The Phantom Gourmet and Boston Magazine have both recommended Chau Chow City—don't be surprised if you tend to eat more than your stomach can handle at this place. A must-go for an authentic experience!

    Read More
    Museum of Fine Arts
    465 Huntington Avenue
    ,
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    Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
    By Shan Shan

    If you love art in all its many forms, the Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) in Boston is a 'must-see' destination. They have a great collection of Impressionism and Asian art works, from Monet and Van Gogh, to Chinese furniture and Japanese paintings, as well as the Egyptian collections. In addition, their newly opened west wing contains many stunning pieces of American art.

    Besides the arts, there is a cafe, a restaurant, gift shops of course, and a mini cinema for special shows.

    To get there: The MFA has its own subway stop called, what else, the MFA. If you drive, there are parking garage options as well. You can easily spend half a day here—or more!

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    Boston Opera House
    539 Washington Street
    Boston, United States
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    Ballet and Broadway in Boston
    By Malinda Boody Nichols

    What originated as a grand movie theater during the Golden Age of Cinema now showcases some of Boston's most exceptional performances and artists. The world-renowned Boston Ballet calls this historic building home, and traveling Broadway shows also frequently grace the stage.


    Photo by Magnus Manske/Wikipedia.

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