Learn Less Discovered History at Massachusetts State House

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You don’t have to be a Massachusetts resident to enjoy the history and sights of the State House. Energetic guides waste no time delving into the history and eagerly answering questions in this 45-minute tour. Built in 1798, the State House shows off a famous gold dome that is considered the center of Boston.

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Cycle the City With Urban AdvenTours

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It was an uphill climb for the bike tour company Urban AdventTours in the beginning. Owner, Andrew Prescott operated out of his garage until building up enough revenue to operate out of a storefront in downtown Boston.  Andrew started the company in 2004, giving narrated tours of the city with a tiny fleet of eight bikes. “After quitting my […]

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Discovering Boston

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Boston is one of the most vibrant areas in New England attracting visitors from across the world. The cities past dates back to the early colonial days making it rich with history. There are also plenty of modern day attractions that keep this city on the map. Whether you watch lightning strike at the Museum […]

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Royal Sonesta Hotel Boston

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Stay at the Royal Sonesta Hotel Boston and your vacation starts as soon as you step foot from your hotel door. That’s right, you don’t even have to travel by foot, train or bus to experience a relaxing and entertaining vacation. Adults can gear up for mixolgy and cooking classes while kids enjoy cookie decorating […]

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Sage Inn Lounge; Provincetown, Massachusetts

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In Provincetown, aka P-town, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, I recommend that you stay at the Sage Inn and Lounge and you will realize it’s full of sparkle.  As the oldest [new] hotel in P-town, it’s filled with stories and charm but, after its recent renovation, it has also become one of the most modern hot spots […]

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The Church of the Transfiguration in Orleans, Massachusetts

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Visit The Church of the Transfigurationin Orleans for the love of art alone. Remarkable mosaics and frescoes are placed to tell a religious allegory. Others are designed to illustrate the story of the Benedictine Monastic followers that live on the grounds. The Church was built in 2000 in the Roman Basilica style. The pipe organ […]

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Provincetown, Cape Cod

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A vacation to Cape Cod, MA is about simple pleasures. From greeting wild whales, shopping along Commercial Street and even exploring sand dunes, you will find plenty to keep a grin on your face. The natural beauty of the 400-square-mile peninsula attracts travelers eager to explore and also relax. Provincetown is one of Cape Cod’s […]

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Ship’s Knees Inn: Cape Cod

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A twist of fate kept the Ship’s Knees Inn tied to the Butcher family. After inheriting a portion of the property from his father, Peter Butcher decided to sell the 1820 restored Sea Captains home that sits off the coast off Cape Cod, Massachusetts in 2001. After reaching a sale agreement, Peter and his wife, […]

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Keeper of the Light: Sally Snowman

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To watch an interview with Sally Snowman visit: http://youtu.be/xYYLU4crQyk “What a great day for a lighthouse tour,” Sally Snowman says as she smiled at our group unloading from the ferry. We gathered in the boathouse on 3-acre Little Brewster Island to get the scoop on Boston Light, the first lighthouse built in the United States in […]

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Keeper of the Light: Sally Snowman

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“What a great day for a lighthouse tour,” Sally Snowman says as she smiled at our group unloading from the ferry. We gathered in the boathouse on 3-acre Little Brewster Island to get the scoop on Boston Light, the first lighthouse built in the United States in 1776. “When I first arrived it felt like […]

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