Boston Sports & Outdoors

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  • 1. Fleet Center, Celtics, Bruins

    One of my favorite Boston college memories is when my friend Lane, an employee of a popular news channel, called me up and invited me to go see a Boston Celtics game. I agreed in a heart beat to go...

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  • 2. Red Sox / Fenway Park

    Fenway is a must see if you're a baseball fan or not. You can tour the park 7 days a week 9 am to 4 pm. Tours last an hour and you can take pics. Like most things in Boston, the park is living history...

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  • 3. Boston Marathon

    The Boston Marathon is one of, if not THE, premiere races in the world. Most runners qualify to run the race by completing another marathon with a certain finishing time and others pay big bucks to...

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  • 4. Fishing

    Sea kayaking, hiking, camping, fishing, bird-watching, and berry-picking number among the pursuits found at Boston Harbor Islands - A National Park Area (Park). This urban archipelago of some 30...

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  • 5. Hockey

    Bruins, that is. Original 6 NHL teams that is. Along with the likes of Detroit Redwings, New York Rangers (I know them all, but won't bore you). We got off the plane from Brussels, dumped our stuff...

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  • 6. Head of the Charles Regatta

    The title would have been accurate about 230 years earlier. Now you can take a sailing class at the community boathouse, or rent a canoe/kayak to paddle along the Charles. Past Harvard, the scenic...

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  • 7. Winter Activities

    It was my first time to watch figure skating, held by Boston Figureskating Club. It was joyful not only because some famous skating stars appeared the show, but also because it presented us a civil...

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  • 8. Canoe or Kayak on the Charles River

    Charles River Canoe & Kayak offers boat rentals, sales and instruction on the Charles River in 2 locations: Newton Lower Falls and in Brighton. We rented a couple of kayaks at the Newton location and...

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  • 9. New England Patriots

    Like the Red Sox, Patriots tickets can be hard and/or expensive to come buy. Regular tickets sell out as soon as they go on sale and season tickets have a waiting list that is years long. That means...

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  • 11. Anyone up for a hike?

    If you're up for a hike in the woods, the Middlesex Fells Reservation is a quick 15min hop away from downtown Boston. With over 2,000 acres of woods, ponds,...

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  • 12. BOSTON BEAN POT

    My absolute favorite sport in the world is hockey. When I was in college I didn't miss a single home come of the Terriers nor did I miss a single game when they...

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  • 13. Running route

    I have a routine that I follow for each vacation. On morning #1 in a new location, I get up early to find a good running route. When we stayed in the Back Bay,...

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  • 14. Harvard, Lavietes Basketball Center

    Built in 1926, this is the third oldest Division 1 basketball arena in the country. But it was refurbished in the early 1980s, making it a modern, comfortable...

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  • 15. Fitness madness

    Boston probably isn't the best place for all outdoor activities, but surprisingly it has a very wide range of activities, regardless of season. In the Winter...

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