Boston (Both Ways) A local gets a new appreciation for the little colonial outpost that became a lively, idiosyncratic city. Budget Travel Tuesday, Jun 23, 2009, 12:00 AM Cedar Lane Way, in Boston's Beacon Hill, is an authentic remnant of the city's past. (Michael Piazza) Budget Travel LLC, 2016
 

RETHINKING BOSTON

Boston (Both Ways)

Source Article: Boston (Both Ways)
Cedar Lane Way, in Boston's Beacon Hill, is an authentic remnant of the city's past. (Michael Piazza)
A somewhat less authentic photo moment at the Paul Revere House. (Michael Piazza)
The author, succumbing to a Duck Tour. (Michael Piazza)
Wellfleet littleneck clams at Neptune Oyster. (Michael Piazza)
The Charles River Esplanade. (Michael Piazza)
A photo op at George Washington's statue in the Boston Public Garden. (Michael Piazza)
Salem Street in Boston's North End. (Michael Piazza)
Butterfly displays at Beacon Hill boutique Good. (Michael Piazza)
Fenway Park, home of the Red Sox. (Michael Piazza)
+ expand captions

Recent Slideshows


Our newsletter delivers vacation inspiration straight to your inbox.

Get Inspired with more from BudgetTravel.com


Note:This story was accurate when it was published. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.

Budget Travel Real Deals


See more deals »

Video


Check Prices