Boston

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Lonely Planet, 2000 - Travel - 280 pages
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This guide bring you to Boston's brewpubs, hidden alleys and revolutionary hangouts. Whether you catch a Sox game or roam the Freedom Trail, you'll find indispensable notes on all Beantown has to offer, from architecture and history to eclectic bookstores and clubs. 5 walking tours, including Beacon Hill and Harvard University. Coverage of campsites, colonial B&Bs and everything in between. Places to eat, from seafood shacks to ritzy restaurants - and a vote for the ultimate clam chowder. Excursions to Cap Cod, Salem, Concord, Gloucester and more. 26-page full-color map section.

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Contents

FACTS ABOUT BOSTON
13
Geography Climate
22
Post Communications
38
GETTING THERE AWAY
48
ToFrom the Airport
54
Beacon Hill
63
Downtown Financial
69
AMERICAS WALKING CITY
86
PLACES TO STAY
146
Beacon Hill 156 Charlestown 162 South End
167
Cinema 185 Comedy Clubs
189
What to Buy 193 Where to Shop
202
Marblehead 214 Cape Cod
215
ARCHITECTURAL GLOSSARY
234
BOSTON MAP SECTION
251
Copyright

Historical Tours
112

About the author (2000)

Travel writer and photographer Kim Grant is the author of "Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard & Nantucket: An Explorer'sGuide, Best Places to Stay in Hawaii", and many other popular guidebooks. Her photographs appear in "Explorer's Guides" to Maine, Vermont, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and New York City, as well as in other national guidebook series and magazines. When she's not exploring Hawaii, she lives in Boston.

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