From its gritty pubs to its cobblestone streets and the hallowed halls of its famous colleges, Boston has a history that's uniquely American -- and residents who are as original and revolutionary as the town they call home.
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The Liberty Hotel
W Boston Hotel
Massachusetts State House
AMC Loews Boston Common 19
Massachusetts General Hospital
Legal Sea Foods
Boston Public Garden
Mija Cantina & Tequila Bar
Boston Sports Club
Dewey Square Farmers' Market
The Thirsty Scholar
Glass-fronted Irish pub where MIT and Harvard folks hoist a few.
Tiny, popular restaurant with high-end Southern food and slow cocktails.
The Arnold Arboretum
Botanical garden with educational forums at Harvard. Open daylight hours.
The North End
Boston's Little Italy, beckoning with narrow streets and a charming waterfront.
Alley restaurant in the Back Bay, inlaid with Spanish tiles; always a food hit.
The Harvard Bridge
Measured in legendary Smoots, a walkable bridge with stunning views day or night.
Italian luncheon nook where the calzones are fresh and the line's out the door.
Island Creek Oyster Bar
THE spot to slide down some oysters and cocktails before a Red Sox game.
The Citizen Pub
THE spot to select from a line of whiskeys or microbrews after a game at Fenway.
OMBE Integrative Health Center
Drop-ins welcome -- $15 for yoga -- at this organic, peaceful health center.