Boston is very clean and tidy, the homes are beautiful, there is lots of green and everything is taken care of. Even at night you'll be surprised by the quality of its buildings. I did not have as much time to visit the city at night as I would have liked to. We only had a short time and spent the day sightseeing so we were quite tired at the end of the day.
With just a day and a half to spend in Boston, and getting a bit tired of following the Freedom Trail, I stumbled upon the port where I found an office with information about the parks on the nearby islands. I didn't have enough time to visit them, but I did take a small tour of the bay on the commuter boats. I enjoyed the refreshing sea breeze, and the beautiful views of the city. You can use these boats for a little trip to the islands, or even go to Logan Airport with them!
It may not have the romance of the Paris metro or the extraordinary underground stations in Moscow, but it was the first subway in the United States of America! As I took a picture, someone stopped to tell me proudly that this, the first metro system in America, had opened in 1897. The line that connects the center to Harvard pass across a bridge, and you can enjoy the beautiful view of the bay ... Funnily enough, each line has different materials, so the trains cannot change lines.
Converse Shoes recently celebrated their 100th anniversary in Boston, Massachusetts. It's the most famous sneaker in the country, popular with basketball players including the local hero and ex-player for the Boston Celtics, Larry Bird.
Lovers of good wine and Italian cuisine will adore this establishment, found in a quiet street in Boston! You can enjoy more than 50 different wines by the glass, and more than 200 different bottles. The waiters will advise you if necessary, as you choose what to accompany your antipasti. The candlelit tables with pristine white tablecloths make for a chic and charming atmosphere. All the wine prices can be found online.