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Private Customized Walking Tour of Boston
"Create your itinerary for your private tour by choosing sites from the list below:Acorn Street America's Oldest Restaurant America's Oldest Tavern Beacon Hill Boston Massacre Site Blackstone Block tell your guide which neighborhoods or landmarks of Boston you would like to visit and they will do the rest. Then meet your professional guide outside of your hotel and begin your 2.5-hour adventure. Enjoy the timeless beauty and vibrant culture of Boston on this private walking tour.""""Discover Boston the way you want to on this 2.5-hour private walking tour. Customize your itinerary with your guide to ensure you see all of the highlights on your list such as the Freedom Trail Boston Common
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Go Boston Card
"Choose free entry to over 40 unique attractions and tours in Boston and its surrounds then let your Go Boston Card do the rest. You'll receive discounts and special offers on shopping dining and activities plus a 69-page guidebook to help you plan your Boston vacation. The Go Boston Card leaves you in control allowing you to have the best customized experience possible. The Go Boston Card is available for one two
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North End Pizza Tour
"There are more than hundreds of pizzerias in Boston and 50 just in Little Italy so it’s no surprise that you’ll find some of the best pizza in America in this city. Meet your pizza expert in Boston’s historic North End neighborhood for a tour that lets you taste gooey slices at three classic pizzerias and burn off the calories along as well as ones from pizzerias named in the top 25 of Boston. Along the way you’ll walk through some of Boston’s historic neighborhoods like Beacon Hill the Blackstone Block the North End (Little Italy) and Charlestown. Listen as your knowledgeable guide reveals illuminating bits of history in these areas
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Paul Revere House

In 1775, local silversmith Paul Revere left this house to warn fellow rebels Sam Adams and John Hancock that British troops were headed to Lexington to arrest them. That night was immortalized by Longfellow's poem, Paul Revere's Ride.

The home was built in the late 1600s and bought by Revere in 1770. It just escaped the wrecking ball when Revere's descendents recovered the property in 1902. Now a national historic landmark, the building is the oldest in downtown Boston.

Admission: $2.50 adults; $2 seniors and students; $1 children.

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Paul Revere House

On the Freedom Trail, the Paul Revere House, a small clapboard house is the oldest in Boston, having been built in 1680. It was also the home of the blacksmith Revere, one of the three messengers who carried the advance warning of the British marching into Lexington & Concord in 1775.

It is now a small museum, giving insight into the way of life of New Englanders in the 18th century.

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Jun 03, 2003

Paul Revere House

This house dates from 1680 built by Increase Mather the minister of the second church of Boston. In 1770 its most famous resident, silversmith Paul Revere owned the house.

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North End

We stumbled upon an inviting garden at this church located in the North End of Boston in Little Italy. The inside of the church was beautiful are surprisingly large. They have regular services - times...
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St. Stephen's Church

St. Stephen's Roman Cathoic Church sits at the opposite end of the mall backing the Old North church, an austere brick building little visited. It is apparently the only remaining church designed by a...
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Personally, I don't shop at Haymarket. I have no need to buy fruit or veggies by the sackful. And the few times I ever did buy produce there, the vendors wouldn't let me touch or select anything on my...
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Old North Church

The Old North Church is part of a complex including several gardens and the obligatory statue of Paul Revere. Included gardens include a fountain and several discrete gardens for rest, meditation, and...
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As we made our way to see the USS Constitution, we found ourselves walking along an interesting path and discovered that this was the Harborwalk. We past the Charlestown Bells (see video) and found...
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Holocaust Memorial

Located in North End of Boston across the street from Little Italy. The memorial can be seen from afar with it's six glass towers. The towers were erected in 1995. There is a guided tour and also a...
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