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East Boston Tourism
[June 7, 2013 – 07:21 am]
East Boston Tourism

The current trend is to broadly characterize the United States in terms of the Red States v. the Blue States. Here s the breakdown: Red States: Interior of country Rural Considered backward unsophisticated Votes Republican Obese Uneducated Blue States: Coastal East: New York City, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington DC Urban Considered liberal educated elite Votes Democratic Fit, health conscious The Boston Harborwalk: Places To Go


Boston Tourism Discounts
[October 23, 2013 – 02:29 pm]
Boston Tourism Discounts

New Hampshire uses gas vouchers, discounts to lure tourists A tank of gas goes a long way in New Hampshire, particularly for tourists who take advantage of new discounts being offered this spring and summer. Everybody s concerned about the high cost of gas, so we re looking for ways to make it easier on visitors and residents of the state, said Tai Freligh, spokesman for the state s Division of Travel and Tourism Development. Those feeling pinched at the pumps can take advantage of numerous discounts. For example, the Inn at Mill Falls in Meredith is offering a $20 per night…

Boston Tourism shopping
[January 26, 2013 – 11:51 am]
Boston Tourism shopping

Wexford House Irish Imports 9 Crescent Street West Boylston, (Worcester) MA 01583 Located directly north of Worcester, with safe, easy parking! 1 800 807 6677 | 508 835-6677 irish@wexfordhouse.com | wexfordhouse.com Drive an hour west of Boston and you will find an exquisite array of Irish and Celtic jewelry specially designed for Wexford House. Unique pieces like the one pictured left by Celtic jewelry designer Keith Jack fuses bold contemporary design with traditional Celtic design with stunning effects. You ll also find an upscale mix of Irish pottery, framed prints, woolens…

Boston Tourism Historical
[September 10, 2012 – 09:44 am]
Boston Tourism Historical

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 Tourism Museum
[September 29, 2013 – 06:50 am]
Boston Tourism Museum

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Boston Tourism Centre
[January 17, 2013 – 12:41 pm]
Boston Tourism Centre

Irish Pastoral Centre–Welcoming New Immigrants For 25 Years The loneliness and isolation of immigrants settling in a new country is a sorrowful tale that spans centuries. Luckily for the Irish, there was a welcoming place in Boston over the past 25 years - the Irish Pastoral Centre - that made the transition a littler easier. When the IPC first opened its doors in 1987, thousands of young Irish were fleeing Ireland due to a faltering economy. Many of them came to Boston. Fr. Dan Finn and Sr. Veronica Dobson were the co-founders, and operated the IPC out of St. Mark’s Parish…

Tourism for Boston Mass
[July 28, 2013 – 08:46 am]
Tourism for Boston Mass

BOSTON — 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…

Boston tourism industry
[November 21, 2012 – 10:21 am]
Boston tourism industry

Herald severs ties with op-ed columnist Failure to disclose consulting job cited By Raphael Lewis, Globe Staff | April 9, 2005 The Boston Herald yesterday ended its relationship with an op-ed columnist who is also working as a promotional writer for Governor Mitt Romney s administration after learning that the writer had failed to disclose a separate contract with the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority. ADVERTISEMENT Charles D. Chieppo began a contract worth up to $32, with the convention center in February to organize a conference to promote the state s tourism industrySustainable…

North Boston Tourism
[September 8, 2013 – 05:29 am]
North Boston Tourism

Anyone who has walked through the narrow streets of the North End can tell you that the place is one heck of a tourist trap. But in the midst of the fanny packs, flashy cameras and wide assortment of accents, the Italian neighborhood still manages to maintain a distinct character all its own. Where else in Boston can you get your fill (or overfill) of cannolis, pumpkin ravioli and prosciutto? No where else but Boston’s North End. But believe it or not, despite the hoard of tourists currently frolicking through its cramped streets during today’s Columbus Day holiday, the Italian…

Boston Tourism website
[February 13, 2013 – 05:19 am]
Boston Tourism website

Here is some info from the LosAngeles Area Chamber of Commerce website Los Angeles Fact Sheet The Basics Los Angeles County has the largest population (9.9 million as of January, 2) of any county in the nation, exceeded by only eight states. (Los Angeles County Web site, The city of Los Angeles is the second most populous city in the United States, with an estimated 1998 population in excess of 3.8 million. (California State Dept. of Finance) Approximately 29% of California s residents live in Los Angeles CountyThings to Do in Boston | Things to Do in Massachusetts | MassVacation