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Boston Store Cards Service
[April 26, 2013 – 11:19 am]
Boston Store Cards Service

Payment Options for BostonStore.com, Shopping Service and In-Store Purchases BostonStore.com and our Shopping Service accept: Visa MasterCard American Express Discover Payment cards displaying the any of the following logos: Bergner s, Bon-Ton, Boston Store, Carson Pirie Scott, Elder-Beerman, Herberger s or Younkers. These cards include: Store credit cards Gift cards (with a 6 digit pin) Merchandise credit (with a 6 digit pin) For help with using your gift card or merchandise credit, see Gift Card Help. There is no surcharge for using your credit card to make purchases. Please…


Boston Medical Center Cardiac
[June 4, 2013 – 09:59 am]
Boston Medical Center Cardiac

Home BMC’s Cardiovascular Center is a regional referral center that uses state-of-the-art technology to provide high-quality, cost-effective cardiac and vascular care. We are recognized for responsiveness to patient needs, as well as our partnerships with referring physicians. From diagnosis to treatment and recovery, the Cardiovascular Center at Boston Medical Center provides a continuum of progressive care through its distinguished, multidisciplinary team of health care providers. Our team approach, with different specialists working side-by-side allows us to provide a level…

Boston Tourism Department
[December 15, 2012 – 07:33 am]
Boston Tourism Department

Archives Guide ~ Arts, Tourism and Special Events (0272) Historical note The Mayor’s Office of Arts, Tourism, and Special Events (MOATSE) is the name for the office that currently fulfills the duties of the Office of Arts and Humanities and the Office of Business and Cultural Development. The Office of Arts and Humanities was established by the City Council (C.B.C. Ord. 15-9) in 1986 at the request of then Mayor, Raymond L. Flynn. Its purpose was to stimulate and support efforts to preserve and develop cultural facilities in the City of Boston. The Office of Business and Cultural…

Boston Official Tourism information
[November 30, 2012 – 01:18 pm]
Boston Official Tourism information

Boston National Historical Park Much of Boston s historic downtown area is now part of the Boston National Historical Park, and so the National Parks Service maintains this website and a Visitor Center in historic Faneuil Hall (the old Visitor Center was at 15 State Street, Boston, MA 02109, tel 617-242-5642), open all year 9 am to 5 pm. Free guided Freedom Trail tours are available in the spring and summer. You ll see park rangers here and there at historic spots, ready to help with directions or information. Boston Common Visitor Information Center On Boston Common (Green…

Boston Travel Guide with Kids
[March 9, 2013 – 09:22 am]
Boston Travel Guide with Kids

As far as cities go, few are more kid-friendly and manageable than Boston. Parents can take comfort in knowing that the many activities geared at kids are educational and fun for adults too. Kids will love following the red brick Freedom Trail as it winds through the city past all sorts of historical sights, eating at the food stalls in Quincy Market or picnicking in the Public Garden with ducks waddling around. Boston is safe, clean and filled with charm -- a perfect city for families looking to see the sights, explore our nation s history and have a heck of a good time along…

Boston Historic Sites
[July 31, 2013 – 10:55 am]
Boston Historic Sites

While on board Old Town Trolley Tours of Boston, you’ll feel as if you’ve journeyed back in time to the era of the first colonists. Imagine how Paul Revere felt when he made his historic “midnight ride”; hear tales of how he and other famous settlers fought for freedom. As the Old Town Trolley makes its way throughout the city, you’ll have the freedom to get off and back on as often as you wish; and there’s always another trolley coming along soon. Boston tours aboard the trolley is the best way to see the sights in the city. See ancient burial grounds, national historic landmarks…

Boston Card Parking
[February 7, 2013 – 12:51 pm]
Boston Card Parking

Boston Meter Cards Program Information Single-space meters are located near the City’s most popular shopping, business and entertainment areas, such as, Faneuil Hall, the Financial District, Downtown Crossing, the Charlestown Navy Yard, the South End, the North End/Waterfront and the Allston/Brighton Business District. Although the Back Bay retail district is outfitted with multi-spaces meters, single-space meters are located on many nearby streets in the neighborhood. Meter Locations Accepting Cards (MAP) The Boston Meter Card is not accepted at the 1, parking spaces in the…

Boston Tourism Information USA
[December 9, 2012 – 02:25 pm]
Boston Tourism Information USA

(Boston, Massachusetts - MA, USA) Boston, MA, is a relatively compact city and most of the major places of interest are conveniently within walking distance of each other. This is an especially historic city, being first settled in the early part of the 17th century and incorporated as a city in 1822. Regarded by many to be nothing short of the New England capital, Boston comes with many different neighborhoods, a number of which have become famous in their own right. The most prominent of these include the districts of Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Charlestown, Chinatown, Dorchester…

Boston Tourist Information Centre UK
[September 4, 2012 – 11:06 am]
Boston Tourist Information Centre UK

Ten years after the Mayflower sailed with the Pilgrim Fathers to America, another band of Puritans set out from Boston, in Lincolnshire, England, to found a settlement of the same name in what is now Massachusetts, USA. Ironically, their pioneering efforts eventually contributed to the Lincolnshire town s decline as a major sea port, for as a transatlantic trade grew, ports on the west coast, such as Bristol and Liverpool, took trade away from those in the east. The 14th century medieval St Botolph s Church, whose 272 ft tower, known locally as the Boston Stump , is a prominent…

Boston Tourism iPhone app
[April 29, 2013 – 08:47 am]
Boston Tourism iPhone app

Get an iPad, just by walking Boston’s Freedom Trail and taking pictures. This isn’t some spam come-on. Just fire up the iPhone app SCVNGR, which includes hundreds of treks across the U.S. The app’s location-based challenges can earn users on-the-spot rewards like free coffee, or points toward bigger prizes (like that iPad). SCVNGR is just one of some 14, 400 travel apps available to iPhone users that make it fun to wander around not-so-aimlessly. Using GPS technology, tour-based apps sense where you are and tell you what’s around, so you’re not restricted to predefined routes…