Discover Boston with aCompass Day trips to Lexington & Concord, Plymouth, and Salem Guide to the Freedom Trail with color map Museums, theaters, sports, and historic sites at the many local colleges and universities Extensive restaurant and hotel reviews, with color photos Insider info on the best new Irish bars, Italian bakeries, and music clubs Color photography byNational Geographic's Joel Sartore Literary extracts from Boston authors past and present "Our whole past book reviewer experience says that no guide with photos this good should have writing this good. But it does." --NY Daily News "Good to read ahead of time, then take along so you don't miss anything." -- San Diego Magazine
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