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    Downtown Freedom Trail Tour: History and Architecture

    Boston CityWalks
    Uncover and love Boston in just one quick morning! On this walking tour, you'll explore the cobblestone streets, admire the historic architecture, and learn the history of downtown Boston. This tour brings your American history lessons to life! Visiting locales like Old State House, Boston Massacre Site, King's Church, and Boston Common, you'll hear the stories that highlight Boston's history and culture within the United States' history. Walk the freedom trail, passing by Revolutionary sites to today's quirky streets. Ladies and Gentlemen, give Boston a warm welcome.
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    Virtual Reality Gaming

    The Gaming Center
    So you love video games, but have you ever wondered what it'd be like to jump into one of your favorite games? At The Gaming Center, you can try on virtual reality headsets that'll change the world around you in an instant! With business-grade Internet and top-notch gaming computers, you'll be in gamer community heaven! Connect with other gamers and discover new video games that'll quickly make it to the top of your favorites list. From League of Legends to Call of Duty, there'll be a wide range of games to play.
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    Seafood and Chowda Tour

    Yummy Walks
    Boston: a city as famous for its chowder as it is for how it pronounces the word chowder, or rather, "chowda." The tour, full of "chowda," celebrates this famed type of soup emblazoned with the name of the region of New England. On this tour, there will be a variety of locally caught lobsters, and other varieties of seafood and shellfish for you to enjoy. You'll wander through the Seafood District and visit some of its most pervasive and well-known restaurants and shops. It is highly unlikely this tour will leave you hungry!
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    Martha's Vineyard Day Trip

    New England Trips
    Martha's Vineyard has always been the quintessential destination for those wanting to experience the New England feel. This trip starts out in Boston where you are driven straight to the Island Queen ferry dock. After your ferry ride to Martha's Vineyard you will enjoy the sights and history of this New England favorite during a three-hour island tour. Once you complete your tour, you'll have three hours to do some exploring of your own. The day culminates with you returning to where you started to board your return ferry back to Boston. Come explore this beautiful island with none of the stress of planning how to get there! Come take in the beautiful sights on a breezy day during this day-long excursion.
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    Foods of the Freedom Trail

    Yummy Walks
    Stroll through the historic sites of Boston for a walking tour that lets you experience both the culture and culinary aspects of the area. Prepare for 14 landmarks significant to the past of this historic location, and enjoy local delicacies of lobster bisque and Boston baked beans, among many others. Visit the site of the Brinks Robbery, famous Boston churches, cemeteries, and meeting halls. You'll learn all you need to know about Boston Common, the North End, and other unique Boston neighborhoods. Enjoy shopping, sightseeing, and eating generous portions of foods while you uncover hidden gems of this city on this food and walking tour. It is highly unlikely this tour will leave you hungry!
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    Cape Cod Summer Day Trip

    Your New England summer sightseeing tour begins aboard a luxury coach for a comfortable drive south to Cape Cod. This sandy peninsula -- a common retreat for New Englanders -- is lined with 400 miles (644 km) of pristine shoreline dotted with cottages, sailboats and quaint fishing villages. Stop in Hyannis Port to visit the John F Kennedy memorial. This small residential village is home to the Kennedy Compound and other Kennedy family residences included in the National Register of Historic Places. Next, hop on a boat for a relaxing, fully narrated sightseeing cruise along the Cape Cod Canal, offering the best possible view of the Kennedy Compound. Learn about the waterfront as you soak up the relaxing New England atmosphere and admire lighthouses scattered along the coast. Spend the rest of your day sightseeing and shopping in quaint seaside villages along the Cape. Grab lunch (own expense) at one of the many eateries - the Cape offers some of the freshest seafood imaginable, especially lobster. At the end of the day, relax on your drive back to Boston.
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    Newport RI Day Trip

    New England Trips
    Does the placid New England feel ever creep into the back of your mind? Satisfy it with a day trip to Newport, Rhode Island. The trip includes round trip transportation from your Boston hotel to Newport, an hour narrated tour of the town, and a Newport gift bag. While in Newport, you'll enjoy a succulent tour of The Breakers, which is the 13 acre oceanfront Vanderbilt estate. See other fascinating landmarks such as America's oldest existing synagogue and the International Tennis Hall of Fame. The nautical feel will give you full understanding of why Newport is called the "sailing capital of the world!" Come take in the beautiful sights on a breezy day during this day-long excursion.
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    Downtown, the Waterfront, and North End Tour

    Boston CityWalks
    Greet Boston's first settlers through an exploration of the city's beginnings to modern day. Take to the city streets and experience the diverse scenery that differentiates this Boston from the rest of the United States. On this walking tour, you'll travel through the city, experiencing architecture from the city's foundation in 1630 to today. Visit the Old North Church and Paul Revere's House in Boston's Italian North End. You will also stroll past the hidden waterfront and walk over the infamous "Big Dig," which now makes up the Rose Kennedy Greenway. Whatever you want to see in Boston, whatever you want to learn, it's just a stroll away.
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