THE WORLD IS A BOOK, AND THOSE WHO DO NOT TRAVEL READ ONLY ONE PAGE. - ST. AUGUSTINE
Boston has incredible charm, rich history, and food that is unlike any other city.
STAY IN BOSTON
We've stayed at several Hyatt Hotels, and have always had a positive experience with them. The Hyatt Regency Boston was no different! Our room was clean, spacious, and had a great view of the city. The on-site gym was attached to the pool area, and was one of the most spacious and updated fitness center's I've see at a hotel. The location was great for us - it was right off Boston Common and was within walking distance to the Fenway, South Boston, and North End neighborhoods. There were plenty of restaurants around the hotel, and transportation options were steps away.
Hyatt Regency Boston
One Avenue de Lafayette, Boston, MA
DINE IN BOSTON
132 Brookline Ave, Boston, MA
You can order your food to-go, or stay awhile in their dining area. Great burgers and craft brews, and we saw Paul Wahlberg while we were there!
Sip Wine Bar + Kitchen
581 Washington Street, Boston, MA
We tried (and loved) the caesar salad, mini kobe meatballs, pan seared day scallops, and bronzed swordfish belly. Don't forget the wine!
Quincy Market at Faneuil Hall
367 S Market Street, Boston, MA
If you would describe yourself as indecisive, this is the place for you. You can sample a ton of Italian, seafood, deli, and dessert options!
93 Salem Street, Boston, MA
Nestled in the quaint North End, this Italian restaurant has a ton of charm. We tried the insalata alla cesare and the tradizionale pizza for our dinner.
417 Hanover Street, Boston, MA
A great place to both dine + drink! If you are sitting at the sleek bar with your wine, you can catch old Italian movies playing on the TV's.
1440 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge
Nestled on the west side of Harvard's campus, Liquiteria offers fresh juices, smoothies + cleanse options. We had the mean green + deep blue acai!
60 State Street, Boston, MA
A trendy spot with a well rounded menu - we tried the Cali roll, spinach + artichoke dip, Scottish salmon, and the chicken caesar salad!
PLAY IN BOSTON
Harvard University Tours
Harvard wasn't as impressive as we thought, but the tour was free and it was fun to visit such a historical spot. Easy to access via the "T" or UBER.
4 Yawkey Way, Boston, MA
A must-see during your trip! If you can't make it into the game, be sure to visit the Bleacher Bar, which gives you a unique view of the field.
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