Experience Boston Tourism: The Must-See Sights You'll Love

I live fairly close to Boston and travel there every couple of years for a concert or ball game and try to fit in as much site seeing as I can.  It has gotten to the point where I am not sure what other things to check out and always end up hitting the same old places – namely Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall. I will be hitting up Boston again in October for a Hanson show and have been looking for some new places to possibly check out in the afternoon before the show.

Fortunately for me, Deborah Bradley has put together a great e-book for anyone who is looking to head to Boston for a trip! In addition to listing some of the spots I have already checked out, the book has given me a few ideas on other places I can look into checking out – especially museums since in October we can’t be sure what the weather will be like.  Best of all – it has a TON of information on The T, the public transportation of Boston.

This e-book is free for anyone who signs up for the Boston Tourism Made Easy – Boston Event Guide Newsletter mailing list at http://www.boston-tourism-made-easy.com/boston-travel-guide.html

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