Travel to Boston, Massachusetts – Episode 112

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The Amateur Traveler talks to Adam Weiss of the Boston Behind The Scenes podcast.

Adam talks about the Sox, the Freedom Trail, the North End, food, how to get around, Boston history, Boston’s parks, day trips, and even the world’s largest molasses flood.

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Show Notes

Boston Behind The Scenes
Boston University
Boston College
Kenmore Square
Red Sox
Fenway Park
Boston Marathon
Boston’s Freedom trail
Old North Church
Paul Revere’s House
Old South Meeting House
Government Center Plaza
Boston CityPass
National Park Passport Stamps
Basic rules for driving in Boston
MBTA (Boston Public Transportation)
Charlie on the MTA (protest song)
The “Charlie” card
Mapparium in the Christian Science Monitor complex
Frederick Law Olmsted (landscape architect)
Molasses Flood
Boston Museum of Science
African Meeting House
Boston Common & Public Gardens
Boston Common
Boston Public Garden
Cheers restaurant
Durgin Park restaurant (closed)
Newbury Street
Zoo New England
Boston Harbor Islands
Boston Light (Lighthouse)
John Fitzgerald Kennedy National Historic Site
JFK Library

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Chris Christensen is the creator of the Amateur Traveler blog and podcast. He has been a travel creator since 2005 and has won awards including being named the "Best Independent Travel Journalist" by Travel+Leisure Magazine.

One Response to “Travel to Boston, Massachusetts – Episode 112”

Al Woodcock


Mt. Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge is the permanent home of many famous Bostonians plus a beautiful garden cemetery featuring guided and audio tours, fantastic bird watching and relaxing walks. And, since it is a garden cemetery, you will find a incredible variety of plants to view.

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