Boston Visit - what's to do?

  • luvs2travel

    Posts: 94

    May 16, 2007 12:52 AM GMT
    I will be attending a conference in Boston June 13-17 and like to hear what the locals like to do. I should have a fair amount of free time and like to see the city at night too. Any suggestions would be great. Good bike paths and long walks are appreciated. Thanks guys.
  • HotCoach

    Posts: 247

    May 16, 2007 2:35 PM GMT
    Run along Starrow Drive in Boston. Cross the Charles river at BU Bridge. Go back on Memorial Dr. Cambridge.
    Also "L" St. Bath house and its nude beach. Run along the bay on the path to JFK museuam and back to Pleasure Bay. Finish up with swim at Bath House.
    South End and its restaurants.
    Museum of Fine Arts, Freedom Trail, Duck Boats, and the Public Gardens and Common. Eat in North End (Italian food). Fanueil Hall.
    Great city. So many hot young guys!
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    Apr 18, 2009 6:01 PM GMT
    June is a great time to go biking along the Charles River. Another good bike ride is down the Southwest Corridor from Back Bay to Forest Hills. Before reaching Forest Hills, you can detour down Williams Street to Franklin Park and ride around there. Forest Hills Cemetery is also nice for a ride. It's a Victorian cemetery with tons of sculptures and a pond.

    Definitely check out restaurants in the South End and Jamaica Plain. Faneuil Hall is full of tourists.

    In terms of sites, there's plenty to enjoy if you like art, history, and architecture. Boston has everything from the colonial era to the present day and there's a lot to see in the neighborhoods as well as downtown.