The Charles River cuts a path that separates Boston's Back Bay, Beacon Hill, and North End neighborhoods from Cambridge. Although the busy raods are only a couple of hundred feet away, the noise of the city seems to fade into the background as you walk, bike, or lounge along the parkside banks of the river. Sitting along the Charles is great break during a busy day of walking. The same can be said of Boston Common, which provides a leisurely respite from the hustle and the bustle of downtown. Ride a swan boat - its cheesy, but you can handle a little bit of cheese for $2.00.
After Cheers we go to the shore of Charles River and stay there a while in the sun.
We where not the only tourists here.
Boston, being situated on the Atlantic Ocean, has some pretty waterways running through the city.. Go for a walk along them if you have some time. There's a nice area near MIT that's on the water..
Walk across CHARLES RIVER.
From here you get the best view of the city skyline & the T as well!
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