If you are looking for a new city to live and is most probably eyeing Boston, here is a list we have compiled to make you feel already homesick even if you haven’t lived here yet. We welcome you to Boston and we look forward to meet you!
Here are some of the best reasons why you should live in The Athens of America. Enjoy!
Alright alright alright, let’s start with food and drinks kids. Here we go!
Boston Burgers are incredibly yummy and nutritious. Here’s a cool blog about burgers in Boston, Enter Boston Burger Blog!
The Union Oyster House – the oldest restaurant in continuous service since 1826! According to Laura Lee of ETRWL Blog, The Union Oyster House was a favorite of the Kennedys that they even have a dedicated booth in there. And guess where toothpicks are first used? (In the whole wide world? Yes!) It’s here in the Union Oyster House! Awesome!!! Get to learn more about the mouthwatering menu of The Union Oyster House by visiting Laura’s blog here.
The best-tasting beers are here in Boston!
You might want to look for the BostonBeerMan once you settle here so you can get all the best tips about beers in Boston! Visit BostonBeerMan here.
Once you’re in Boston, stop by Regina’s Pizza. Before that, you can check out their website and menu here.
Get the latest scoop about Boston ice creams from Scoopsies Boston here.
Now, that your appetite is satisfied, it’s time to study Boston Speak before we start touring the city! Funny accents and slangs. CelebrateBoston even made a dictionary with a list of Boston Slangs and their equivalent English meanings. View the list here.
Now, let’s start walking. Don’t worry because Boston is optimized for pedestrians so that you can walk just about anywhere. Actually, it is optimized by cows we can call it “The Ways of the Cows” 🙂 Here’ an explanation by 5Cities6Women – Paved By Cows
From ducks to swans, enter Boston Swan Boats! If you are planning to ride on one of these cute boats, more info can be found here.
Spring time in Boston is spectacular!
Now, let’s head over to the shores.
Corita Kent Rainbow Swash Gas Tank
The Corita Kent Rainbow Swash is in Dorchester, Boston, Massachusetts. The rainbow design painted on a 140-foot tall LNG storage tank is the largest copyrighted work of art in the world. The landmark is considered one of the major landmarks of Boston and is highly visible from daily commuters’ drives on Interstate 93.
The lighthouse established in America was on Little Brewster Island in Boston Harbor and was first lit September 14, 1716.
Now let’s watch a free summer concert at the Boston Pops Hatch Shell…
Next stop, let’s get artsy at the ICA, home of contemporary arts.
Spend some time viewing the majestic Boston skyline.
Now let’s end the day in romantic style at the Charles River.
Seyah in Boston!
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