Travel & Outdoors
Anglers do not have to travel far from Boston to find great salt and freshwater sites for any fishing type, be it boating or wading.
April Showers Bring May Flowers. That is such an encouraging saying, but it isn’t exactly accurate these days. Something more fitting might be, “April Blizzards Bring May Lizards”… Ok, we’re still working on it…. But while we do that, you can take a look at all of these awesomeCBS Local E.S.P. “spring” essentials…
One of the best things about visiting Boston is the many museums within the city. Arts, science, medicine and much more are all easily accessible for everyone.
The history, architecture and the fans are what make going to a baseball game an exciting adventure. All of these factor into what helps some of these stadiums make the must-see lists for all baseball fans.
While there are plenty of family-friendly attractions in Boston, it is often nice to get away. Thankfully, families do not have to go very far to get a small vacation.
Nature lovers rejoice, for there are a number of national parks readily available for visiting near the Boston area.
Boston may not be tropical, but the city has a lot to offer both students who want a quiet spring break and those who want to party.
For someone who only has 24 hours to spend in the best city on earth, here are the must-sees, do’s and eats!
Spring break season is often associated with the college level set, but this vacation from school activities can also provide a great break over which families can bond together and share some fun memories.
Not everyone hits up Miami Beach for spring break, especially Boston-based students on a tight budget. Here are just a few great ideas the next time spring break fever hits the city.