fastfreddie saidIf I were going to be in Boston for a while I would visit the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.
This is right by the Museum of Fine Arts as well http://www.mfa.org
*Duck Boat tour of the city.
*Public Garden Swan Boats
*Tour of Fenway
*Newbury Street/Boylston Street/Copley (shopping)
*North End for Italian food and Pastries (go to Maria's NOT Mike's)
*South End is the gay mecca of Boston. THE best restaurants in the city. Toro
is my favorite (spanish tapas). Stella
was voted one of the top restaurants in the city. Great dinner, great brunch. Huge hangout spot. Rocca
for drinks. Flour
is a nationally-known bakery and sandwich shop, also in the South End. You can't lose in the South End.