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Shojo – A Chinatown Gem! – By: Bridget Wood, Marketing Intern

September 19th, 2017 / admin / 0 comments

< When my roommate invited me to go out with her and some friends to a bar downtown in Chinatown the other night, I was hesitant – living in Brighton and not feeling particularly like going all the way downtown – but trying to be a good friend and roommate I reluctantly accompanied her. When […]

The Skywalk Observatory – by: Niko Cappola, Marketing Intern & Group Sales Rep

September 14th, 2017 / admin / 0 comments

The Prudential Tower at 800 Boylston St in Boston, MA My love for the Skywalk Observatory starts with my love for Boston. Located on the 50th floor of the Prudential Center, the Skywalk gives you a breathtaking view of the city of Boston. Built in 1965, the prudential Tower is one of the tallest buildings […]

A “green way” to enjoy Boston in the summertime – by: Bridget Wood – Marketing Intern

August 22nd, 2017 / admin / 0 comments

Image from Wikipedia (Wikimedia Commons) As a nanny and a babysitter I am always looking for fun and free activities to do with kids – one summer when I was nannying full time I discovered the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway for the first time: After an afternoon at the New England Aquarium I had an […]

Somerville Theatre & MOBA – by: Bridget Wood, Marketing Intern

August 8th, 2017 / admin / 1 comment

The Somerville Theatre in Davis Square is a unique, historic theatre over 100 years old – It was originally built in 1914 as a vaudeville house and movie theatre. In addition to digital releases of current and older films – the theatre can present virtually any film format including old 35 mm and 70mm film […]

Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts: More than a ”fine” experience! – By: Bridget Wood, Marketing Intern

August 1st, 2017 / admin / 0 comments

Image courtesy of One of my favorite places to visit in Boston is the Museum of Fine Arts – this massive museum originally opened on July 4, 1876 (the nation’s centennial) and the museum’s collection has nearly 500,000 works of art! You can spend as much or as little time as you desire wandering […]

Find some Fantastic Free Fun this Friday! – by: Bridget Wood, Marketing Intern

July 21st, 2017 / admin / 0 comments

One of my favorite things about Boston in the Summer is Free Fun Fridays: Every Friday, from the end of June through the end of August, over 85 museums and cultural events are open for free! This program was created to increase access and enrichment opportunities for children and families throughout Massachusetts during the summer […]

Sit Back and Relax? Not on Codzilla – by: Niko Cappola, Marketing Intern & Group Sales Rep

July 11th, 2017 / admin / 0 comments

Codzilla isn’t just one of Boston Harbor Cruises premier attractions, it truly is a unique “once in a lifetime experience.” This massive speed boat accelerates up to 40 mph in the Boston Harbor. It can stop on a dime and maneuver itself through the waters like nothing you’ve ever seen before. This new-age vessel is […]

Mike’s Pastry – by: Niko Cappola, Marketing Intern & Group Sales Rep

July 5th, 2017 / admin / 0 comments

Down in the North End of Boston is one of the most iconic shops for treats and goodies in all of the Greater Boston Area. Mike’s Pastry has been a fan favorite for tourists and locals for over 60 years. Although Boston Duck Tours is the premium tourist attraction in Boston, Mike’s Pastry certainly qualifies […]

Fenway Park – by: Mitchell Stephien, Marketing Intern & Group Sales Rep.

June 27th, 2017 / admin / 0 comments

For as long as I can remember, the Boston Red Sox have always had a special place in my life. From my days as a toddler to my adult life now, keeping up with the Red Sox has been a priority in my life. This is because I was born in Massachusetts and it is […]

Do Crabs Bark? – by: Bridget Wood, Marketing Intern

June 29th, 2017 / admin / 0 comments

Image courtesy of The Barking Crab has always been one of my favorite restaurants in Boston both for the food as well as the super cool atmosphere and environment. The Barking Crab first opened in 1994 (same year that Boston Duck Tours started) as an outdoor summer restaurant, and over the years has actually […]

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