Welcome to Anders Group’s weekly location spotlight where we’ll share what to eat, see, and do in some of the most popular Travel Assignment locations! Up this week…Boston!
WHERE: Boston, MA
ABOUT: Boston is Massachusetts’ capital and largest city; dating back to 1630, this city is one of the oldest in the country. The backdrop for the Boston Tea Party, an influential protest of the American Revolution, Boston is riddled with historical sights. Seafood is at the center of their food culture and they love their baseball (something about a pair of red socks🤔). There is so much to do while on assignment here, you will not be bored!
- Bostonia Public House – celebrate the history and tradition of Boston while indulging in the creative menu and inviting atmosphere
- Dakzen – one of a kind Thai “street noodles” made with a secret family recipe passed from generation to generation
- Neptune Oyster – the best place to get oysters and clams in the city, even the burger topped with fried clams is amazing
- Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum – you get to relive the catalytic event that started the revolution
- City Brew Tours – sample up to 16 different beers from 4 separate locations
- Skywalk Observatory – take in the 360 degree view of Boston and some of its wonders
- Boston Whale Watching Cruise – on this half day cruise, you can see 4 different type of whales and other aquatic wonders that live in the Central Wharf
- Freedom Trail – take a tour through the 16 of Boston’s most historic sites
- Fenway Park Tour – in 60 minutes, you can learn about the history of this 107 year old stadium
- In 1919, 21 people were killed and over 100 others were injured when a tank holding 2 million gallons of molasses burst and flooded the streets.
- Happy Hours have been banned since 1984.
- The Fig Newton snack is named after a Boston suburb.
- Boston is home of the first park, subway, and public beach in the country.
Have you been to Boston? What did you eat, see, and do? Leave your recommendations below!
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