Explore every corner of this thriving historic city, with this updated fifth edition. The full-colour introduction will inspire you on where to go and what to see, from The Museum of Fine Art and the USS Constitution to the home of the beloved Red Sox at Fenway Park. You'll find lively accounts of every attraction from the smart streets of Beacon Hill to the Revolution-era sights around Boston Common. This revised edition features full-colour inserts throughout and listings for all the very best hotels and restaurants, whilst the authors'' selection of ''things not to miss'' range from bustling Harvard square to shopping on Newbury Street which houses hip cafes and colourful boutiques. You'll find detailed information on Boston's festivals, music, history and literature and in-depth coverage of Cambridge, plus excursions to Sales, Plymouth, and Provincetown. The contexts section provides insightful background on the city''s history, architecture, people and literature. With the clearest maps of any guide, make sure your trip to this city of vibrant charm is one not to forget with this ultimate guide. Make the most of your time with The Rough Guide to Boston33 CD 176 Yankee cooking (and drinking) Despite strides made by creative chefs ... homemade biscuits, housemade soups and sandwiches, foamy cappuccinos, and terrific cupcakes named for the ownera#39;s dogs. ... Audubon Circle 838 Beacon St Ac617/421-1910; Kenmore T. The seemingly endless bar may grab your attention first, but ita#39;s ... spots, but El Pelona#39;s calabacitas burrito ( with buttemut squash, zucchini, beans, rice, and jack cheese; $5) should be at the top of everyonea#39;s list.
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