Travel to Boston
by Stig Albeck
Publisher: BookBoon 2008
Number of pages: 36
Oftentimes remembered for the Boston Tea Party, during the independence process Boston has grown to a modern city with many attractions for visitors. Its welcoming atmosphere and richness on culture makes it worth a visit. This free travel guide suggests several day trips along the main sights and attractions of Boston plus visits to places such as the Harvard University campus.
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