Old America

by H Milan Winkelhock - 5 years, 6 months ago

In many ways Boston is really similar to the other East Cost towns, very large and diverse with several historic neighborhoods named after old British towns, but the rest of Massachusetts can at times feel very remote and rural as soon as you get away from the coast. For the average tourist most of the sights are located within downtown Boston where the local government has actually painted several historical walking paths on the sidewalks so you can guide yourself through all the sites that are worth seeing from John Hancock’s house to the statue of Paul Revere. Old Cambridge, the university area and the Harvard Square neighborhoods are also nice to spend an afternoon in and enjoy the many cafes for a few hours of intellectual relaxation.

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