Anyone know what the rate is to take a cab into the city? Or is there public transportation? Coming in on a weekend and don't want to drive into the city. Any advice would b great
We are going to New England in September and are still trying to put an itinerary together but had planned to be in Boston on days which I have discovered are the same days that thousands gather for this rally. Not sure how the rally would affect logistics/exploring.
We could possibly change plans if it would be significantly better to see Boston for the first time when the rally isn't going on....I need to look into the details of transport etc but if we did avoid the rally by going nearer the beginning of the month it would have a bonus that the Red Sox are at home.
If anyone has any advice or knows about the rally, would be great to get your opinion.
Ps. newbie to virtual tourist so hello! Looking forward to exploring the site.
My wife and I are looking at coming to Boston on holiday in June next year. We were looking at about 7 days to see all the tourist sights and soak up all the city and surrounding area has to offer. Does that sound about right and any must see locations for the first time visitor ? Many thanks
I would be flying from ATLANTA reaching BOSTON around midnight 12:30 AM on October 9, Friday.
Coming for the Columbus Day weekend to visit Acadia National Park and Foliage .
Wanted to know what are the best possible options for me to stay overnight so the next day morning i could travel to Acadia National Park . (say arnd 8 am in the morning)
Downtown hotels are pretty expensive . Also are the transport lines (train or bus) are in service after midnight?
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