Boston Massachusetts Travel Guide 2021 4K



This is a Boston Massachusetts travel guide from the Downtown Boston area. We walk around Boston Common, the Boston Tea Party Museum, the Charles River as well as visited the Cheers restaurant. Boston is one of Americas most historical cities with a history dating back to the 1600’s. Nowadays Boston also known as Bean Town is a modern global city with a diverse cultural background and some of the most colleges in America.

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  1. I.H.TV— THANK YOU FOR THIS GREAT VIDEO!!!!! I LIVED IN BOSTON AFTER MY MILITARY DUTYS 1984 TO 1997 ,.. RENTS ALL WENT SKY HIGH ..CHINA TOWN TOOK OVER THE COMBAT ZONE IN THE 90S THE BUILDINGS STRIP CLUBS GONE,. I HOPE YOU MAKE ANOTHER VIDEO ON THE BACK BAY THE CITGO SIGH FENWAY PARK,. AND THE GREAT PRU . SHOPPING MALL THINGS HAVE CHANGED THANKS!!!!!

  2. Visiting Boston while I am watching this video. Got to see most of the attractions you mentioned. Particularly loved Little Italy, Quincy Market and took ferry to Provincetown. Leaving in 2 says. Sad to leave.

  3. My son starts college in Boston. We will be there soon, 2700 miles away. Thank you for the tour! Anyone I’ve spoken to about Boston, they absolutely love it!

  4. I've been to Boston–it's a wonderful city; they let me hang out for 6 months and gave me a place to live. Respect for the city's generosity and peoples' kindness.

  5. Good hotel channel, allow me to share Hotelier Mindset Channel where you can find interesting topic such: how to handle angry hotel GM, how to deal with stupid hotel GM or Manager, how to make your hotel GM or manager like you, is the hotel GM always right ? can you hit hotel guests to the face and many more

  6. I am from Boston living here my whole life. The term Mass hole has nothing to do with us as people but it refers to us as drivers. We are not nice drivers at all. But once we get out of the car we are very pleasant. I recommend never ever ever drive in Boston the roads are confusing even to natives. The GPS gets confused too. Do yourself a favor and don't drive!

  7. I've gone to Boston twice the last year and absolutely fell in love with it. The rest of Massachusetts is always really beautiful

  8. Living in Boston is way different from just visiting it. I’ve live there for 2 yrs and every weekend we used to go somewhere in town exploring each area. Your video is not informative but a pot pourie. It is best described as “Sights and Scene from Boston”.
    Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market are the most interesting, where Swearing Ceremony of new Naturalized Citizens takes place, where I had my very first fettuccine Alfredo (the best so far), Au bon pain croissants (the best ever in the world), the best seafood, etc. The Walking Tour is a must to learn about the American Revolution. Tea Party boat, the museums esp the children museum and science museum, the USS Constitution itself, Beacon Hill, PaulRevere, Trinity Church (in Copley Square, a historical and beautiful church, the best services there with the best choir), etc etc.
    Cambridge across the street where Harvard (pronounced Havad) University and MIT are.
    One major drawback is that you explain when you don’t show and it is very hard to match what you say with what you show, esp that you run by the writings describing the different buildings and areas

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