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For those of you arriving early grab a coffee, and checkout Beacon Hill with sights like the State House, Kings Chapel, and Granary Burial Ground. The Black Heritage Trail is close by and a great look in to the history of Boston. Lunchtime anyone? Charles St is a great choice; Boston Common is calling, with the Boston Public Garden. With evening approaching dinner in the Theatre District sound good, and maybe a show.
Taking the T across the Charles to Cambridge's Harvard Square, and stroll by, taking time to check out some of the bookshops. The day will be going by quite nicely so after a quick bite either continue the day exploring this part of town, it's well worth it. Some of you may wish to head back in to town so grab the T back and head to Newbury St for some shopping, as night comes go over to the Prudential Center and checkout the Skywalk for some of the best night views in Boston. The night is still young so some dinner, drinks, and dancing may be in order.
The choices become a little tougher, there is still so much of Boston you have not seen, so these are your choices make a couple. it's your vacation right? Here are your choices New England Aquarium Museum of Science, Freedom Trail Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market, Downtown Crossing, and the USS Constitution. And maybe the North End with Paul Reveres House, or the Old North Church, a true landmark in Boston. Well I guess you will just have to set out on your own today enjoy. From the Hosteltimes Staff.