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    Stand-Up Paddle Boarding

    Stand-up paddle boarding is the closest that man has ever gotten to walking on water. In this intro class, you'll learn how to do it yourself (not walk on water, but stand-up paddle board), and everything else you need to get started in this exciting sport. Also, stand-up paddle boarding is a great way to stay fit. With Wilderness Experiences, you will learn the proper stance for balance and control, essential paddle strokes and turning techniques, as well as how to choose the right board to use. This is a wonderful activity for lakes, rivers, and the ocean. It's your moment to begin your stand-up paddle boarding adventure in a safe and enjoyable way... seize it!
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    Stand-Up Paddle Boarding

    121 West St, Springfield

    • Learn the fundamentals of stand-up paddle boarding
    • Practice the proper stances for optimal balance and control
    • Gain knowledge on essential paddle strokes and turning techniques
    • No experience necessary
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    Jewish Cultural Walking Tour

    Kosher oases, memorials commemorating the importance of Jewish culture in Beantown, and the Vilna Shul. On this cultural heritage walking tour, you will venture through Beacon Hill's back side, where Jews resided during the nineteenth century. Visit the historic Vilna Shul and stroll past the Jewish homes and neighborhoods that brought this area to life. From there, you'll head to the West End and see the Puffer House Cigar-Rolling Factory and the impactful Holocaust Memorial. Before the Italians arrived to serve up cheap slices in Boston's North End, the neighborhood actually housed predominantly Jewish immigrants and fantastic matzoh balls. Explore Boston's history through some of its most important immigrants.
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    Jewish Cultural Walking Tour

    Milk St, Boston

    • Learn the Jewish history in Boston neighborhoods like Beacon Hill, the West End, and North End
    • Visit historic Jewish sites such as Vilna Shul, Holocaust Memorial, and The Milk Street Cafe
    • Discover the impressive and impactful stories behind Jewish culture in Boston
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    Hot Chocolate Tour

    'Chocolate, chocolate, chocolate! AACK!' Take it easy there, Cathy. There's no need to get all in a tizzy over one of the greatest gifts known to humankind. Boston Chocolate Tours is going to take you around town and show you all the hot spots -- and by hot, we mean steaming hot -- cause this is a hot chocolate tour! Come in out of the cold, take off those mittens, and wrap your fingers around a piping hot mug, full of delicious chocolatey cocoa. You'll hit up Boston's premiere chocolatiers to indulge in the traditional and exotic sweet treats they have to offer. And to top it all off, you'll get tips on the tasting and buying of gourmet chocolate drinks, along with a history lesson. Now isn't that just the whipped cream on top?
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    Hot Chocolate Tour

    57 Traveler St, Boston

    • Travel around the city and visit some of the premiere chocolatiers
    • Indulge in some delicious pick-me-ups at each stop
    • Learn about chocolate tasting methods, and glean some tips on how to shop for the best chocolates
    • Spend some quality -- and delicious -- time with friends and family
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    PhotoWalks Waterfront Tour

    On this historical tour, you'll step back in time...with your iPhone, Android, or camera, of course. With your local tour guide, you'll walk the beautiful Boston Harbor, learning about the beautiful sights you pass and how to perfectly capture those sights via camera. A picture is worth a thousand words, after all. Learn how to make yours count!
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    PhotoWalks Waterfront Tour

    206 Washington St, Boston

    • Explore the Boston Harbor on this one-of-a-kind walking photo tour
    • Learn how to take creative, professional-quality photographs
    • Receive a complimentary guide to creative photography e-booklet that provides valuable information on maximizing your photography skills
    • Create lasting memories with friends as you enhance your photography skills and get acquainted with the city!
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    PhotoWalks North End-Little Italy Tour

    On this historical tour, you'll step back in time...with your iPhone, Android, or camera, of course. With your local tour guide, you'll walk the scenic streets of Little Italy, learning about the beautiful sights you pass and how to perfectly capture those sights via camera. A picture is worth a thousand words, after all. Learn how to make yours count!
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    PhotoWalks North End-Little Italy Tour

    1252 Cross St, Boston

    • Explore the scenic streets of Little Italy on a one-of-a-kind walking photo tour
    • Learn how to take creative, professional-quality photographs
    • Receive a complimentary guide to creative photography e-booklet that provides valuable information on maximizing your photography skills
    • Create lasting memories with friends as you enhance your photography skills and get acquainted with the city!
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    Pizza and Little Italy Tour

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    Settled in 1630, Boston's North End is not only the city's oldest neighborhood but also the best smelling (considering the pizza emanating throughout the streets). But don't just smell... taste! On this delicious food tour, enjoy three slices of the very best pizza in the city, while exploring Boston's historic Freedom Trail. Enjoy a slice from Little Italy Brick Oven, whose recipe dates back to 1888. Tasting your way through the city, you'll also venture inside Boston's oldest standing church and discover a birds-eye view of the Bunker Hill monument. See it all, and more importantly, taste it all!
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    Pizza and Little Italy Tour

    Hanover St & Cross St, Boston

    • Enjoy three slices of Boston's best pizza, including a slice from Little Italy Brick Oven, which first opened in 1888
    • Stroll along the historic Freedom Trail and visit sites like the city's oldest church and Paul Revere's statue
    • Explore the quaint cobblestone streets and Italian customs in Boston's North End
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    Taste Newburyport Food Tour

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    What's up in Newburyport, MA? Settled in 1635, Newburyport's one of the oldest cities in the country, embodying the charm New England offers. On this walking food tour, you'll stroll through Newburyport's downtown, sampling foods from local vendors. Taste the most delicious chowder of your life. Sample an assortment of olive oils. Along the way, you will even learn about the history and local treats that make this area truly one-of-a-kind. Find out why John Quincey Adams called Newburyport home, and taste the reasons why he stayed.
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    Taste Newburyport Food Tour

    1 Harbor Loop, Newburyport

    • Get a sense of this charming New England city as you stroll through downtown Newburyport
    • Taste delicious chowders, olive oils, and other local bites
    • Learn about one of the oldest cities in the United States
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    Freedom in the Empire and the Republic Black Boston Tour

    Boston is one of the most nationally significant cities in the country, filled with the history of commerce, political revolution, social innovation, and immigration. Join a local historian on this tour to understand the historical and cultural significance of Boston in the narrative of African-American history. You will visit the North End (Boston's oldest neighborhood), Beacon Hill (where the African-American community relocated in the 18th Century), Copp's Hill Burying Ground (a cemetery founded in 1659), Prince Hall Monument (dedicated to the famous Mason), the Old State House (a historic capitol building), and the African Meeting House (the oldest historically black church in the nation). Along the way you'll learn about the vibrant history of the city, and the importance it played in Abolition and the Civil Rights Movement! Come see why they call this city the Cradle of Liberty!
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    Freedom in the Empire and the Republic Black Boston Tour

    45 Hull St, Boston

    • Visit the the North End, Beacon Hill, Copp's Hill Burying Ground, Prince Hall Monument, the Old State House, the African Meeting House, the Freedom Trail, and the Black Heritage Trail
    • Learn about racial changes in the city and country, and their reciprocal relationship with public education, religious freedom, community organization, Abolition, and war
    • Discuss Boston's rich history and culture to gain perspective on the city around you
    • Walk along the cobblestone streets of Boston, lead by an experienced and educated tour guide
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    South End Wine Tour

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    A friendly, charismatic wine ambassador leads you to hot spots in Boston’s South End, where you’ll be welcomed to a reserved table, with wait staff standing by, ready to serve pre-selected wines. Learn how to taste, pair and buy with an intimate group. Enjoy six wines over the course of two hours. Enjoy premium wine education from your dedicated wine ambassador on this semi-private event. Tours will go to 2 of the following restaurants. Make sure to check your confirmation ticket for the starting location. Gaslight Brasserie du Coin. Pull up a seat at the Parisian-style zinc bar for a tasting plate of classic French dishes, sipping perfectly paired French bottles alongside your hors d’oeuvres. Bites here might include steak tartare with croutons and aioli or heirloom tomatoes with herbes de Provence, an ideal match for a sparkling wine from the Loire Valley and a fruity Burgundy red. Masa. Here, Southwest meets the South End. For over a decade Masa has been been spicing up the palates of Boston’s most sophisticated diners and serving up libations to the hip bar crowds from the South End, Back Bay, and Theater District. Masa’s menu pairs a carefully selected wine list with the flavors and cooking styles of a Southwestern kitchen. Cinquecento Roman Trattoria. At this rustic italian restaurant, sip and swirl 2 Italian varietals from regions like Umbria and Sicily as you nibble artisanal cheese and salumi, listening as your guide shares tips on identifying different flavors and aromas in each glass. Stephi's on Tremont. The younger, hipper sister of Stephanie’s on Newbury, Stephi’s on Tremont is located in the heart of Boston’s South End across from historic Union Park on Tremont Street.
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    South End Wine Tour

    560 Harrison Ave, Boston

    • Taste a collection of the South End's best wines from Gaslight du Coin, Cinquento, and Masa
    • Discuss wine varieties, the manufacturing process, and even why it turns your teeth purple
    • Enjoy a relaxing afternoon sipping and learning about vino
    • Experience some of the best French, Italian, and South American wines available in Boston
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    North End Guided Walking Tour

    On this small-group walking tour of Boston's North End district, listen as your expert historian guide gives you an interesting historical account of the crucial role this area of Boston played in American history. Begin your tour near Blackstone Block, a small network of alleyways and structures in a neighborhood that John Hancock once called home. Marvel at several of the 18th-century buildings still standing relatively unaltered.

    Work your way through a maze of winding colonial-era streets and learn about some of the most significant moments in American history, such as the American Revolution and the Boston Tea Party. You'll also walk through Haymarket, one of the longest standing outdoor markets where many in the North End can still buy their groceries.

    Discover how longshoremen (dock workers) came to call the North End home as the city's shipping industry developed over time. Once home to African slaves, the area soon filled with Portuguese, Jewish, Irish and Italian immigrants. Learn how the area's diverse ethnic and racial influences have evolved since the country's inception more than 200 years ago.

    After your walking tour, grab a bite to eat at one of the many delicious Italian restaurants -- the North End is known for exquisite Italian cuisine!
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    North End Guided Walking Tour

    North End, Boston

    • Enjoy a three hour guided walking tour through Boston's historic North End
    • Have an expert historian guide teach you all about the historic aspects of the area and its most important sites
    • Witness the Colonial-era streets and immerse yourself in a discussion about the American Revolution and the Boston Tea Party
    • Grab a bite to eat at one of the many delicious Italian restaurants after your tour ends
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