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Boston Tourism with kids
[February 5, 2015 – 07:13 pm]
Boston Tourism with kids

There are loads of fun things for families to do throughout Boston. Many are free (such as the massive Outside the Box performing arts festival being held July 13 to 21), while others cost money. Spending money to have fun is unavoidable, but we can at least help you save some of your hard-earned cash. Just head on over to our Kids Love Boston page and print out the Boston ValuePASS. It s your ticket to discounts and deals around our fair city. For example, just flash the pass at the Franklin Park Zoo s ticket window and receive a free child admission with the purchase of an…


Boston Tourism Council
[February 5, 2015 – 06:51 pm]
Boston Tourism Council

Where to Use the Credit Line and Logo Promotional Materials. Use the credit line (above) and credit logo prominently in printed materials (this includes materials prepared by the grantee such as season and subscription brochures, programs, newsletters, press releases, educational materials and announcements) as well as in films or videos. Online Materials. Use the credit line or credit logo prominently in online materials (including web sites, blogs, electronically distributed releases, and social media/networking channels) to which your LCC grant contributes. The electronic…

Boston Tourism Top 10
[July 28, 2013 – 09:16 am]
Boston Tourism Top 10

Whether you are visiting this city for the first time, the tenth time or if you are a local resident, there is always something to do. A couple of factors to first consider are the time of year you are visiting, the weather, and the age of other travelers with you. Most activities listed are open year round. However, some of the activities that involve water may be closed for part of the winter, and if open may be a bit chilly for some. Here are arguably the top 10 tourist attractions in Boston. 1. Duck Tour This tour takes you around the city in a land and water vehicle. You…

Boston Tourism TripAdvisor
[February 4, 2013 – 11:15 am]
Boston Tourism TripAdvisor

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Boston history Tourism
[December 18, 2012 – 06:28 am]
Boston history Tourism

Get this. SanFrancisco is 47 square miles. and Boston is 48 square miles. SanFrancisco is at the tip of a peninsula..Boston is also at the Tip of a Peninsula. SanFrancisco has a strong Irish History..and it goes without saying that Boston does too!! 600, people live in Boston..and 780, people live in SanFrancisco..SanFrancisco has a strong history of tradition..so does Boston. SanFrancisco stresses its historical heritage..so does Boston..Tourism plays a significant part of Boston..and it does so also in SanFranciscoBoston is a city on hillsso is SanFrancisco. the Boston Globe…

Boston Region Tourism
[June 16, 2013 – 09:50 am]
Boston Region Tourism

Those days are long gone for all US cities Chicago, SF, Boston, NYC came out of that past Cleavland, Detroit, Buffalo not so much SF is a small city in a very wealthy and vibrant region and they are totally interconnected and that isn t changing A working waterfront which was the basis of what you are talking about has been long gone for decades For all cities the era of corporate headquarters in cities is ending too The next era is 24 hour lifestyle downtowns, tourism, entertainment, and start-ups. Just the way it is In most ways the city looks better than it ever hasMenino:…

Boston tourist [PHOTO]
[December 6, 2012 – 02:48 pm]
Boston tourist [PHOTO]

It is always nice to hear when world-famous, Academy Award winning actors use their powers for good rather than evil. That’s just what Kevin Spacey did when he awesomely photobombed an unsuspecting Boston tourist. The “House of Cards” actor was jogging through Boston Public Garden when a lady was having her photo taken in front of a statue of George Washington on a horse. According to a Reddit , Spacey yelled “Photobomb!” and then proceeded to do exactly that before running off laughing. This chick probably thought it was a random, annoying person who ruined her solo shot, when…

Boston Tourism free Map
[January 20, 2013 – 07:45 am]
Boston Tourism free Map

Bike Maps Plan the best biking route through the city for your trip. You can also download the map online or request a (free) paper version. Map Your Bike Route Plan your bike trip ahead of time with optimal routes generated by Ride the City, based on the Boston Bike Map and user feedback. Simply enter your starting address and destination address or drag the cyclist icon to your start and finish location and a suggested route will be generated for you. View Entire Ride the City Map 2010 Boston Bike Map The Boston Bike Map is an annual free publication by Boston Bikes. You can…

Boston Tourism Children
[October 16, 2012 – 05:30 am]
Boston Tourism Children

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Boston Tourism Internships
[July 19, 2013 – 07:06 am]
Boston Tourism Internships

The London Internship Program offers a semester of study and work in England’s exciting capital city. This program combines a professional internship with coursework that examines a particular academic area in the context of Great Britain’s history, culture, and society, and its role in modern Europe. Courses in each academic area are taught by selected British faculty exclusively to students enrolled in the Boston University program. London Internship Areas & Tracks Please note these are examples of past internship placements only. While BU Study Abroad guarantees an…