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Boston Travel Guide free Download
[January 29, 2013 – 07:09 am]
Boston Travel Guide free Download

Description Citybot’s Boston Guide creates custom itineraries for visitors both familiar with and new to Boston, Mass, This free app provides personalized experiences based on your interests, transportation needs, and schedule, suggesting what to do in the City of Champions. Key Features- Tailored Itineraries: Simply tell Citybot what type of activities interest you and in a matter of seconds receive a personalized schedule with an interactive map. From a local favorite coffee shop by the Charles River , followed by a trip to the Harvard Square, ending with a few drinks in Fenway…


Boston Historical tour guide
[August 6, 2013 – 09:32 am]
Boston Historical tour guide

Start your evening tour in the North End, Boston’s oldest neighborhood, where you’ll follow your guide on a tour of Boston’s historic taverns. Stroll through some of the oldest parts of Boston including The Point and Haymarket, where merchants have been selling produce for hundreds of years. You’ll visit three of the oldest taverns in Boston, where the seeds of the American Revolution and Boston Tea Party were sown, and enjoy three drinks and a snack throughout your tour. Stop by the Green Dragon, known to historians as the headquarters of the Revolution. Though the original…

Boston Travel Guide Request
[October 17, 2013 – 08:19 am]
Boston Travel Guide Request

Getting Around The easiest way to get around Boston is on foot and by subway. Although the streets do not follow any particular pattern,you ll find it easy to navigate. Wear comfortable walking shoes,especially for the granite paving stones you ll find in the Market place and the cobblestone streets of Beacon Hill. A note of caution: be careful when walking in the city and obey all traffic signals; Boston drivers are known for their aggressiveness. Boston s subway system,also known as the T,has four major lines (red,blue,orange and green) that branch out from the center of the…

Boston Travel Guide online
[September 23, 2013 – 11:36 am]
Boston Travel Guide online

Everything Boston University travel related can be found at the BU Travel Portal, Features of the BU Travel Portal include: Easy Online Booking – Booking University related travel online is quick, easy and can be pre-paid. Travelers can now book flights, trains, hotels, and auto rental reservations directly online through the BU Travel Portal. Booking through the BU Travel Portal saves money, as there is no transaction fee for booking online. BCD Travel Agency Contacts – To book Boston University travel via an agent, please call a BCD agent at (617) 353-1700, toll free at (866)…

Boston: Eyewitness Travel Guide
[October 16, 2012 – 06:16 am]
Boston: Eyewitness Travel Guide

DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Boston Patricia Harris - Author David Lyon - Author Dorling Kindersley : Eyewitness Travel Guide Paperback: flexiback : 01 May 2013 10.99 The guides that show you what others only tell you Look inside: DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Boston Introduction The DK Eyewitness Boston Travel Guide will lead you straight to the best attractions Boston has to offer. The guide includes unique cutaways, floorplans and reconstructions of the city s stunning architecture, plus 3D aerial views of the key districts to explore on foot. You ll find detailed listings of…

Boston Family Travel Guide
[December 12, 2012 – 01:43 pm]
Boston Family Travel Guide

Share your knowledge Edit this page The most obvious place to take the kids in Boston is the Children’s Museum. In a world that is not child proof and where you are constantly telling your kids Don’t touch , the Children’s museum is a refuge. Everything is built at their height and they can touch, climb and play with just about everything. They even have an infant waterbed! But be careful because this luxury was only built for non-walkers and your older child will be very tempted to jump in! On your travels through Boston, don’t forget about the Science Museum. This timeless…

Boston Taxi credit card
[December 30, 2012 – 08:35 am]
Boston Taxi credit card

BOSTON — It’s a frigid cold Sunday night and a group of young people are huddled together outside a bar, shivering. All they want is a cab. Well, that’s not entirely true. They also want to pay with credit. But none of them are particularly hopeful. “A lot of times they’ll say they take credit cards and then the machine’s broken, ” one man says. “I’ve been in a cab and tried to ask them to drop me off at an ATM machine so I can get cash because I don’t want to go through the s of trying to use my debit card, ” a woman says. “It kind of sucks.” It has been about a year and a…

HSBC Boston Store Card
[October 14, 2013 – 08:56 am]
HSBC Boston Store Card

Is there a toll free number for Boston Store customer service? For online shopping assistance, call 1-800-945-4438. For assistance with an in-store shopping experience, call 1-800-233-7626 What are your regular store hours? For store hours of the Boston Store nearest you, visit our . Is my Gift Registry available online, and can family and friends purchase items directly over the Internet? Yes! Your preference list can be easily viewed and instantly updated, and guests can purchase gifts and have them sent directly to you or any other address you specify. Of course, guests can…

Chad Cardinals Boston Bruins
[November 6, 2012 – 02:53 pm]
Chad Cardinals Boston Bruins

Former Phoenix Coyotes and AHL Portland Pirates goaltender Chad Johnson is headed to Beantown. AHL beat writer Chris Roy tweeted Johnson agreed to terms with the Boston Bruins on a one-year contract. Former @PortlandPirates G Chad Johnson has signed 1-way deal with BOS. Nick Johnson has also signed with Boston. #mesports #pirates #coyotes — Chris Roy (@Chris_MHJ) July 6, 2013 The Coyotes called up Johnson to serve as their backup netminder at the beginning of the 2012-2013 season after starting goaltender Mike Smith suffered a lower body injury. The 6 3 , 195-pound Calgary native…

Boston Travel Guide Children
[January 8, 2013 – 08:03 am]
Boston Travel Guide Children

Whether your family is just beginning, all grown up, or at any stage in between, Four Seasons Hotel Boston is the perfect base for your family vacation. We go out of our way to ensure that every guest, from babies to teens — and their parents too — feels right at home. Our 24-hour concierge is always close at hand to assist with reservations for a family dinner, an amphibious Duck Tour or a Red Sox game at Fenway Park. We can also offer suggestions to enhance tomorrow’s outing to the Boston Children’s Museum, New England Aquarium or Faneuil Hall. For parents seeking a date night…