Boston has emerged from its brainy, introverted shell to offer a livelier mix of cultural offerings, not to mention an exploding food scene.

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18 thoughts on “What to Do in Boston | 36 Hours Travel Videos | The New York Times”

  1. Michael V says:

    “Lucky’s is a Boston institution” LMAO.

  2. Bobby Ryan Studios says:

    Yes please. Probably the top US city I want to visit.

  3. zreyes_xo says:

    I’ll be there in 3 days for the weekend, then heading to Los Angeles and Honolulu, Hawaii!! So excited to discover the wonders all of these cities offer !!!

  4. Alexander Porgilton says:

    You forgot The Barking Crab
    Also, Bees Knees is permanently closed

  5. Riff Raff says:

    so much better than those Seattle /portland videos with white hipsters just showing off their food. don’t get me wrong, food is great.

  6. Camil Vargas says:

    You guys forgot to show diamond city

    1. Riff Raff says:

      Camil Vargas they showed it

  7. AbeKnowsmore says:

    I hears from several people that Massachusetts its a very racist state in general, is this true?

    1. Riff Raff says:

      not true at all. are some people prejudiced? sure, but there are many cultures and honestly, its alot better than most places.

    2. Erik Andersen says:

      It is a relatively white state, but not very racist.

    3. Prison Mike says:

      AbeKnowsmore personally I’ve never encountered racism in Massachusetts and I’m an Arab

  8. Hop says:

    I am honestly trying to be objective here, not offensive, ok? I like Boston. I’d put it in the top ten for world cities that I personally have been to. I like its history, its harborside location, its seafood, and some other things. Objectively, it has truly been a remarkable sports city as well; one of the very best. However, it also has its negatives. Though many Bostonians don’t realize it, there is an unattractive arrogance and ingrown culture that subconsciously pervades. Pride in one’s city is a good thing, an elitist attitude is not. And not everyone will find the unquestioned political mentality that is so entrenched there to their liking either. A very good city to visit; enjoy the good, leave the rest on the side of the plate. I’d rank it #9, just behind London.

    1. Riff Raff says:

      um, that’s just rich snobs. every major city has them. The city’s general population is very diverse through immigrants/migrants.

    2. Bridget Doyle says:

      I’ve lived here for a year and have literally no idea what you’re talking about

    3. Prison Mike says:

      Honestly I’ve never noticed this Happening

    4. Barney B rebel says:

      Is Sydney on your list ?

  9. Rdsxfn17 says:

    FYI Bees Knees is closed

  10. Anne Francis says:

    I love my Red Sox…GO SOX!!!!!!

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