Boston, the economic and intellectual center of New England and, historically, America’s cradle of liberty, is the stage on which much of the drama of the earliest years of our country took place. It is here that the Colonies, which evolved into the present United States, were first established. The capital city of Massachusetts, Boston was first settled in the 17th century, but it was the 18th century that saw the growing rift between the English Parliament and the colonists in what was referred to as the Bay Colony. Many of the historic sites and buildings in Boston, and the towns surrounding it, are associated with this period of separation from the Crown. This is not actually an itinerary but, rather our recommendations of what to see and do while visiting one of the nation’s most wonderful cities.
NOTE: This itinerary is excerpted from the E-Book title, New England: Exceptional Places to Stay & Itineraries. You might want to consider the complete E-Book if you are considering any additional itineraries as there are six for New England and they are all duplicated in the more complete E-Book.
This E-Itinerary includes only recommendations (also excerpted from the E-Book title) for places to stay that are in close proximity to this featured itinerary route.
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Revised 2017 Edition