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Boston Vacation Packages
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Featured hotels in Boston
The Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel
The Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel
Breathtaking views of the city skyline and the Harbor Islands. The Hotel is minutes to Faneuil Hall, the North End, the Financial District and Airport.
4 stars
Sheraton Boston Hotel
Sheraton Boston Hotel
Nestled in the charming and historic Back Bay, close to Copley Square, the Sheraton Boston is ideally situated. The Hotel is connected to over 200 shops in Prudential Center, just steps from the famous shops and restaurants on Newbury Street and the scenic Charles River.
3 stars
Ames Boston
Ames Boston
Ames, located in the beautiful and historic Ames building, inspires both modern style and old world sophistication.
4 stars
The Boston Park Plaza Hotel
The Boston Park Plaza Hotel
At The Boston Park Plaza Hotel you will find 950 newly renovated guestrooms, 65,000 square feet of flexible function space, and 8 distinct restaurants and lounges featuring Todd English's Bonfire Steakhouse, Swan's Cafe and McCormick and Schmick's Seafood Restaurant.
3 stars
Taj Boston
Taj Boston
Located at the comer of fashionable Arlington and Newbury streets, overlooking the charming Public Garden and is just steps from prime attractions, shopping and entertainment centers.
4 stars
Intercontinental Boston
Intercontinental Boston
Adjacent to the Financial District, the gleaming glass towers are a short walk from Faneuil Hall, Back Bay, Chinatown, Beacon Hill and the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center.
5 stars
What to do in Boston
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Spoken Words
A marketplace and a meeting hall since 1742, Faneuil Hall was a gift to the town from prosperous merchant Peter Faneuil. Town meetings were held here between 1764 and 1774, and the site is also known as the "Cradle of Liberty" because of the number of revolutionaries and abolitionists, including Samuel Adams, who delivered important speeches here. Fanueil Hall is now part of a larger marketplace with more than 100 carts and shops, and over 50 places to eat. Admission is free. On 1 Faneuil Hall Sq. (617) 523-1300
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Collect them All
One of the country's largest museums, Boston's Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) is renowned for its collection of artifacts from ancient Egypt including sculptures, sarcophagi and jewelry; MFA also boasts the largest museum collection of Japanese works outside of Japan. Other collections include works from French impressionists including Paul Gauguin, Renoir, Degas and Monet, and significant pieces from 18th and 19th century American art. The treasures of the MFA are not limited to the galleries—they also have three excellent restaurants. Open Monday, Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m.-4:45 p.m.; Wednesday-Friday 10 a.m.-9:45 p.m. Admission $6.50-$17; free for children 6 and under. On Avenue of the Arts, 465 Huntington Ave. (617) 267-9300
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Duck Duck Good
Cruise by all the places that make Boston the birthplace of freedom with Boston Duck Tours. Board your "duck", an authentic, renovated World War II amphibious landing vehicle, and drive off to see the golden-domed State House, the Fleet Center, Boston Common, Copley Square, Government Center, Newbury Street and more. To top it off, the ConDUCKtor splashes your duck right into the Charles River for a breathtaking view of the Boston and Cambridge skylines. Tours depart seven days a week, every half hour from 9 a.m. to approximately one hour before sunset. Tickets $5-$27. Ducks depart from two locations, the Museum of Science and the Prudential Center in Boston's Back Bay. 617-267-DUCK

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What to see in Boston
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Still Standing
One of Boston's most beloved landmarks, the Old North Church is famous for housing the two lanterns that glimmered from its steeple on the night Paul Revere made his important ride in 1775. This beautiful site, built in 1723, is the oldest church in Boston but remains an active Episcopal Church; it features an 18th century garden with unusual commemorative plaques and a gift shop. Famous visitors have included Presidents James Monroe, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Gerald R. Ford, and Queen Elizabeth II. The first memorial to George Washington is also here. Free tours are available. Fifty-minute behind-the-scenes tours range from $5-$8 and include visits to the steeple and the crypt. Open daily from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. On 193 Salem St. (617) 523-6676
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Free for All
Your visit to Boston isn't complete until you walk the Freedom Trail, which leads a visitor to 16 historical sites where critical events in Boston's and the nation's struggle for freedom occurred. The nearly 2.5 mile Trail, which passes by the Ben Franklin statue marking America's first public school, Paul Revere's House, the USS Constitution and more, also connects seven of the eight historic sites that make up the Boston National Historical Park. Guided tours are available. On 15 State St. (617) 242-5642
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Uncommon Ground
The oldest public park in the country, Boston Common is rich in history. Almost 50 acres in size, it was originally used as a camp by the British before the Revolutionary War. Until 1817, grazing cattle shared the space with public hangings! Today, the park is used for formal and informal gatherings such as concerts, protests, softball games and ice skating. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Pope John Paul II gave speeches here. At the park's Central Burying Ground you can find the burial sites of the artist Gilbert Stuart and the composer William Billings. Open daily from dawn until 11:30 p.m. Bounded by Tremont St., Park St., Beacon St., Charles St., and Boylston St. (617) 426-3115

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What to eat in Boston
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Catch of the Hour
One of Boston's top seafood restaurants, Legal Sea Foods is known for serving fish within 48 hours of catch (even the Alaskan salmon) and for making the best "chowdah" on the coast. This half-century-old joint began as a tiny restaurant above a fish market and has grown to over 30 family-owned restaurants from Boston to Florida; they've been serving their famous New England clam chowder at every Presidential Inauguration since 1981. Try the smoked Bluefish pate, shrimp wontons and lobster and crabmeat raviolis. Entrees $14-$40. On 26 Park Plaza. (617) 426-4444
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Fun on Tap
At one of greater Boston's first brewpubs, the Commonwealth Brewing Company, you'll go for the beers and stay for the food. The wide variety of produced-on-premise beers range from cellar temperature and chilled draughts to seasonal brews. A tempting American-fare menu features nachos, wings, ribs, salads, beer-battered onion rings, shrimp and clam chowder, chili, pasta, seafood, and other favorites like lamb and apricot sausage and steak tips. Tours of the brewing operation are available at 12 p.m.-4 p.m. daily by appointment. Open daily for lunch and dinner. On 138 Portland St. (617) 523-8383
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Love at First Bite
A family-run establishment, D'Amore's is a cozy Italian restaurant located in the North End, that has been feeding locals and tourists authentic, reasonably-priced Italian cuisine for over 25 years. Start out with their fresh mozzarella cheese and sliced tomatoes or the calamari scampi and then move on to succulent dishes like sausage sauté or chicken a la Diavolo. Make sure you save room for their tempting cannolis. You'll also love their excellent wine list which includes Italian and American wines. Entrees $12-$18. Open Monday-Saturday 11:30 a.m.-10 p.m.; Sunday 12 p.m.-10:30 p.m. On 76 Salem St. (617) 523-8820

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