Trip to Boston
Trip to Boston
Massachusetts is one of the busiest and most beautiful places in the United States. The average cost of a seven-day trip to Boston is just under $2,000 for an individual, $4,200 for a married couple, and almost $7,000 for a family of four. Boston hotels range in price from just over a hundred dollars to over six hundred dollars per night, with an average of over $230, while most hotel rooms will cost somewhere between a hundred and five hundred dollars per night. Because the United States Mint sells a lot of American coins, many hotels will allow visitors to use their bathrooms for their overnight stay. There are many attractions in Boston that people will be able to see while they are there.
The Aquarium at the edge of town is a very popular attraction for those visiting Boston on a budget. If you enjoy free walking tours, the Old John Hancock Building is another great place to see while in town. At the far east of town is the Old State House, which was one of the original states capitol’s built over against the Charles River. While in Boston, a free walking tour of the public library, which is located in Washington Street, is a must see.
Because the harbor is the location of the oldest city in the world, visiting Boston on a week day cruise is a great way to experience what it was like back in the days. You can also see some great historic architecture along the Boston Common waterfront, such as the Old John Hancock Building. On your way to the seals, you should stop at the Endicott Estate for lunch and a nice relaxing to sit in the garden. There are two swimming pools at the Endicott Estate, which is near the Bulfinch Park in Back Bay.
Other great places to visit while in Boston include the Science Museum of Minnesota, the U.S. National Museum of Natural History, the Boston Massacre Site, and the Charles River Audubon Center. A good book to read while visiting Boston is called “Books in Boston” by Bruce Ware, which tells the history of this wonderful town. The book describes all the great places and sights that you will want to take pictures of while you are in the city.
On your Boston itinerary you will want to spend two days at the United States National Mall, which is right across the street from the old US Capitol. You can wander around the mall, go into town, and visit some interesting historical buildings like the Boston Massacre Site and the Old John Hancock Building. You can even walk down to the Science Museum. It is two great days if you like to visit things while you are in Boston. Then, after leaving the mall, you can return to the United States National Library to enjoy a free afternoon tour.
After visiting Boston you will want to stay at the North End of Boylston Street. This area is known as being the business district of the city. If you are staying at a hotel on Boylston Street you will be able to take free tour bus tours of all the businesses located in this area. In addition to all the shopping there is a famous ice cream called Chocohola’s. If you like to go out to eat during your free time, the north end of Boylston Street is also a great place for you to eat.