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We also offer our guiding services for private groups where we can guide you on the Freedom Trail, through Cambridge and Harvard and anywhere else in Boston. We are also experts in the Boston region with tours to Lexington and Concord as well as Salem. Click here to learn more about our private tours.

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We also offer free tours in New York City, Philadelphia, Washington, DC and New Orleans with plans to offer tours in many more cities in the near future. For more information on these cities, please click on the relevant city tab in the left column. If you are interested in becoming a tour guide for us, please let us know.

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Do any cities have a manufacturing base now?

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 has

Hopeful Insomniacs Invade Boston

Wednesday, July 28, 2004
Hopeful Insomniacs Invade Boston
The nation’s sleepless, in dire need of rest, are converging upon Boston for the Democratic National Convention, according to the Beantown Travel & Tourism Agency.
"We’ve heard rumors about how John Kerry speeches are popular among insomniacs," said the BTTA spokesman Marty Rossi.
Rossi observed that people "wearing ratty bathrobes" and "shuffling about the streets in slippers" are seen on most city corners.
An insomniac who requested anonymity said he "hasn’t slept like a baby since ’88," when Michael Dukakis rendered thousands groggy during that year’s DNC

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