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Tracy K. said, "... Faneuil Hall is a great area and you can grab food for lunch or dinner. A Great way to see sites and get to know a city is to use Stray Boots. While visiting family last summer we did one in Boston...." See More
Jacey & Scott M. said, "...sidewalk and takes you through the town, passing important places in our history-churches, graveyards, monuments and even historic bars. Stop into Faneuil Hall for lunch-it's like a huge food court of local stuff. The New England Aquarium is small and well worth..." See More
David D. said, "...If you're staying near TD Graden your best bet to see Boston is the North End and Faneuil Hall areas. The North End is touristy but still fun while faneuil hall has several good bars and clubs. Coffee shops abound, just pick..." See More
David C. said, "...unusual like Peanut butter and banana but it's the best $6 you'll ever spend. I recommend not eating at the restaurants Faneuil Hall. It is way too touristy. The Quincy Market section of it is nice though. You get a lot..." See More
3 mentions in Must eat in Boston? And, where?
Jacey & Scott M. said, "...recommend the lemoncello to end the evening. Barking Crab is a blast too! Such a great vibe, right on the water. Faneuil Hall is amazing for lunch! Don't miss out on the selection of food, and enjoy a bite from more than..." See More
Shannon C. said, "...The Friendly Toast in Cambridge is great for breakfast or lunch. For cheap eats head to Faneuil Hall. The North End is a lovely experience at night for dinner and gelato or Mike's Pastry...." See More
Sondra S. said, "...Must visit Faneuil Hall- food courts , shops, at the waterfront in Boston. Beautiful New England Aquarium. Can walk to all. At Faneuil Hall, there is a very old restaurant called Durgin-Park - 340 Faneuil Hall Market Pl. - opened in..." See More
3 mentions in What are 5 things Boston is known for?
Nars K. said, "...History and food. Some ideas in no particular order: 1) Freedom Trail on a Segway 2) Faneuil Hall 3) Free Hatch Shell Concert http://www.celebrateboston.com/hatch-shell/concerts.htm 4) Harpoon Brewery & Beer Hall 5) Mario Batali's Babbo Pizzeria 6) Legal Test Kitchen 7) Sailing on..." See More
Jacey & Scott M. said, "...1. Seafood, especially chowder and oysters. 2. The North Endand the requisite Italian meal you must have 3. Freedom Trail 4. Faneuil Hall 5. Fenway Park And a Red Sox game...." See More
Daniel C. said, "...3.) Food - Boston is known for seafood (lobster rolls, clam chowder). A popular thing for tourists is to go to Faneuil Hall and get a bread bowl of clam chowder. Legal Sea Foods (with a few locations around the city) is..." See More
2 mentions in Boston fun! What to do for single 30-somethings?
Alex L. said, "...more touristy things that anyone (30 something or not) might be doing as a Boston tourist (e.g. a short walk from Faneuil Hall and a slightly longer walk from the North End)...." See More
2 mentions in Boston in a day?
Lisa B. said, "...a day. Great Italian food AND history! You can walk any part of the Freedom Trail including a shopping/eating stop at Faneuil Hall and historical stops at Old North Church, Old State House, and Paul Revere House. If you're not into history,..." See More
Jillian T. said, "...The answer all depends on your interests. If you're a foodie: Faneuil Hall is a mecca for food. I've tried so many things and there and it's all so good. You'll have a hard time narrowing down what to get... and finding..." See More
2 mentions in Is the Boston Freedom Trail worth a visit?
Alex L. said, "...person you want to honor, no one needs to visit all the cemeteries on the trail), take time to check out Faneuil Hall, and plan to end at/near the North End. Beyond this, the trail lacks a rewarding "points of interest"..." See More
Kathleen M. said, "...miles long and packed with historical sites. You should stop by the Boston National Historical Park visitor centers Service located at Faneuil Hall (not on State Street -- they moved) and pick up some free, informative info...." See More
1 mention in Boston: fun activities for a young family?
Sondra S. said, "...here inthe '90's. Charming , old fashioned boat ride on boats with carved swans on the ends. Everyone's favorite location is Faneuil Hall Marketplace http://www.faneuilhallmarketplace.com/?q=restaurants A must for all who visit Boston - located at the Waterfront - walking distance from Aquarium..." See More
1 mention in What are the can't miss things to do in Boston?
Nars K. said, "...16 stops) Here's the https://www.thefreedomtrail.org/pdfs/NPS%20BOST%20Map%20Jan%202013.pdf North End (for best Italian food) Seaport Blvd (for seafood) Boston Common (a freedom trail stop) Faneuil Hall (a freedom trail stop) Charles River Esplanade (For great views of Boston skyline) Harvard Square Here are some other..." See More
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