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Boston tourism revenue
[May 19, 2015 – 08:36 pm]
Boston tourism revenue

Everything is on the table Struggling States Considering Legalizing Marijuana, Taxing Porn In Order To Raise Revenue In his 11 years in the Washington Legislature, Representative Mark Miloscia says he has supported all manner of methods to fill the states coffers, including increasing fees on property owners to help the homeless and taxes on alcohol and cigarettes, most of which, he said, passed without a peep. And so it was last month that Mr. Miloscia, a Democrat, decided he might try to find a new tax source pornographyBoston Irish Tourism Association - Special Features


Tourism Jobs Boston MA
[May 17, 2015 – 08:29 pm]
Tourism Jobs Boston MA

Massachusetts political and business leaders are gathering in Boston to highlight the importance of tourism to the local economy and honor those who have helped make the state an attractive destination. Tourism is one of the key industries in Massachusetts, accounting for nearly $18 billion in direct spending last year, $1.1 billion in state and local taxes as well as supporting 126, 500 jobs that generated $3.6 billion in wages. The industry brought nearly 23 million domestic and international visitors last year. Monday s annual Governor s Conference on Travel and Tourism at…

Boston Tourism October
[May 16, 2015 – 08:25 pm]
Boston Tourism October

October 5-13 Isle Inn Tours -- Highlights of Ireland Tour Isle Inn Tours 1023 Queen Street, Alexandria, VA 22314 $1395 (airfare not included) | 1-800-237-9376 | isleinntours.com | Tour Itinerary Ireland truly is a magical country. Prepare to be amazed by her breathtaking scenery and the many interesting attractions you will encounter, including Trinity College, Muckross House, Rock of Cashel, Ireland’s only fjord, and the Guinness Storehouse. This is our most requested escorted tour for over 10 years. Includes: 7 nights first class hotels, Full Irish breakfast daily, 5 table…

Boston Official Tourism
[May 12, 2015 – 08:03 pm]
Boston Official Tourism

Boston’s Joint Committee on Tourism, Arts, and Cultural Development heard testimony Tuesday from citizens and officials advocating for New England to throw its proverbial hat in the ring as they consider hosting the Games in 2024. “While security is, and will always be, a major concern in any Olympics, our first responders have proven to be more than up to the task. Our Boston police, fire and EMS have proven to be the most dedicated and prepared in the world, ” Boston City Councilor Matthew O’Malley said Tuesday. “Imagine soccer matches in Foxboro, basketball in Springfield…

Boston Tourism August 2012
[May 7, 2015 – 07:38 pm]
Boston Tourism August 2012

4. Re: Boston in August 2012 Feb 20, 2012, 1:37 PM If you are here in the Summer season, and you want a beach that is easily accessed from Boston without a car, you have a few choices. One option is Old Orchard Beach in Maine. Amtrak runs a train from Boston North Station to Portland ME called the Downeaster . In the Summer, it has a stop right at the beach in Old Orchard Beach. Old Orchard is a fun place, with a boardwalk and the traditional honky tonk stores, t shirt places, etc. The beach itself is very nice as well, and August is the best time to be there because the water…

Boston Tourism Places
[May 1, 2015 – 07:13 pm]
Boston Tourism Places

Boston Strong,the phrase heard around the nation as Boston patriotism echoes from ear to ear. With over 22.5 million domestic and overseas visitors to Boston and Cambridge last year,2013 brings a higher level of support for this New England community. The One Fund - Boston has raised over $27 million and is growing each day with over $9.4 million in public donations and corporate donations exceeding $17.6 million. Located a block from the bombing site,the Westin Copley Place Boston hotel welcomes visitors with a new digital touch screen showcasing local Boston businesses. Featuring…

Boston Tourism Summer
[April 26, 2015 – 06:50 pm]
Boston Tourism Summer

Adams National Historic Park, Quincy Season: April 19-Nov. 10 Annual attendance: 2001: 80, ; 2009: 253, 656; 2013: approximately 200, (as of August) Plimouth Plantation, Plymouth Season: March 15-Dec. 1 Admissions and retail numbers for 2013 spring/summer season down about 11 percent from same period last year Average annual attendance: 400, Endless Summer Waterfront Festival at Nantasket Beach, Hull Ninth annual event takes place on Saturday, noon to 5 p.m. Attendance: 1, 200-1, 500 (2004); 7, -8, (2012) Mayflower Cranberries Season: Oct. 11-26 “Be the Grower” bog-harvesting…

Boston North End Tourism
[April 24, 2015 – 06:45 pm]
Boston North End Tourism

By Jason825 Written Jun 8, 2007 1 reviews Helpfulness 4 more images Since 1919, Saint Anthony’s Feast and the Festival of Santa Lucia have been celebrated on the weekend of the last Sunday of August and feature colorful parades, strolling singers, the Filippo Berio Culinary Pavilion, Italian folk dancing, the Pizzeria Regina Open Air Piazza, continuous live entertainment and religious and cultural services. Pushcarts line the decorated streets, offering sausage with peppers & onions, calamari, quahogs, pasta, cannoli, zeppole, handmade torrone and gelato, Italian gifts…

Boston tourism Market
[April 21, 2015 – 06:23 pm]
Boston tourism Market

A Great Place to Meet: Butcher Shop Market & Mrs. Murphy s Kitchen Looking for the perfect Irish sausage, ham or steak tip? Then make your way to Adams Village in Boston’s Dorchester neighborhood. That’s where you’ll find the Butcher Shop Market, located at 782 Adams Street, a bustling oasis for Irish immigrants who long for the taste of home. The shop is run by Sligo-born Alan Gibson, (pictured top left) a long-time wholesaler of Irish meats in New England. He opened the shop in 2009, and it has quickly become a destination not just for Irish and Irish-Americans but…

Irish Tourism Board Boston
[April 20, 2015 – 06:21 pm]
Irish Tourism Board Boston

It s a beautiful thing to see so many foreign tourism boards, whose interests lie elsewhere, express their support to the City of Boston as travel is the great uniter. — Dennis Schaal Foreign tourism boards are usually busy competing with one another over visitor spending, but 36 foreign tourism boards recently signed a letter, urging their citizens to visit Boston in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing last month. The diverse group of tourism boards signing the letter included: Austria, Bavaria Tourism, VisitBritain, Visit China, Croatia, Cypress, CzechTourism, VisitDenmark…