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Beacon Hill

Boston, MA

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"Finally, I recommend taking a walking tour of the downtown area starting at high-end Commonwealth Avenue and Newbury StreetBeacon Hill, the Public Garden (Swan Boats and Make Way for Ducklings bronze statues, as well as a number of other memorials) the gold-domed Massachusetts State House and the Robert Gould Shaw and the 54th Regiment MemorialKing's ChapelGranary Burying Ground (Mother Goose's gravesite), Boston CommonState Street station (the original State House), Faneuil HallColumbus Park, and finish up in the North End."  See More

"From there, you can get off at the Charles St/MGH Station and walk near Beacon Hill , up and around to the Boston Common and even to the Back Bay."  See More

"If you get off at the Charles/MGH stop, you'll be in perfect position to explore the pretty homes and shops of Beacon Hill ."  See More

"They do tours of the major neighborhoods, for example Beacon Hill, Back Bay, the North End and the Heart of the Freedom Trail."  See More

"Beacon Hill is lovely for a walk (and is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Boston."  See More

"Beacon Hill is one of these neighborhoods, as is the North End (Italian neighborhood)."  See More

"Cheers Boston While near the famous restaurant (which is only so-so, but fun), see the Massachusetts State House , Boston Common and walk around Beacon Hill ."  See More

"Beacon Hill - This area is very residential and historic."  See More

"- Back Bay, Beacon Hill, South End"  See More

"A stroll through Beacon Hill and along the Charles River A visit to Boston Common A cannoli tasting at Mike's Pastry in the North End Shopping in the Back Bay (Newbury St) A short voyage to Cambridge (Massachusetts) to see the beautiful Harvard University campus"  See More

"Walk along Newbury St and explore the Back Bay See some of old Boston by foot walking around Beacon Hill Catch a show at the Citi Performing Arts Center-Wang Theatre"  See More

"You're lucky because you don't need a car to get around Boston. Walking will do! So you live in the North End with is Boston's "Little Italy" and if you like italian food Hanover St and Salem St are full of restaurants. The Freedom Trail is easy to follow, as it's marked down on the street. Start from Old North Church (or wherever you find the trail on Causeway street and follow it up to Massachusetts State House opposite Boston Common. The Back Bay and especially Commonwealth Ave is nice for a walk if weather permits. a couple of places I do like in the Back Bay is Papa Razzi (yes I do love italian food) and Max Brenner which is a chocolate place/restaurant. For further "sightseeing" you can take the red line from Downtown Crossing or Park Street Station and head to Harvard Square. You can walk a bit around Harvard Yard and definitely find many restaurants like Alden & Harlow for dinner. I have sort of compiled "a day in Boston" in my blog here: !"  See More

"The Liberty Hotel could be fun as you can walk to Beacon Hill and there a few bars there."  See More

"beginning in Beacon Hill and going through the Public Garden which is adjacent to the Boston Commons, where the trail actually picks up."  See More

"One through Beacon Hill, to the Public Garden, and then down Newbury St, walking one block off Newbury to go through Copley Square."  See More

"To see beautiful views and foliage plan a walk along the Charles River esplanade, starting in Beacon Hill."  See More

"Beacon Hill is to me the prettiest neighborhood in the city."  See More

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