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Day 299- Shipping off to Boston!

Wednesday, September 26, 2012


Any suggestions SP Boston Friends?
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  • v MARKATSPARK
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    311 days ago
  • v KERISSAK
    If you want seafood, go to legal seafoods! But make sure you tell them sauces on the side and make sure you get it grilled...otherwise no bueno. Everything on their menu is pretty high in calories for seafood (battered or not, I found out unfortunately) but their food is to die for. The sauces are what kill the healthiness, so specify what you want and usually their customer service is good. The barking crab is also great (it was also on man vs. food, fun fact!) Go to the New England Aquarium, I agree with the woman up top - Quincy market is to die. All types of food you could want, so if you can't get something healthy and seafoody at one place, you're bound to find it in another. I live here for college so if you have any questions about anything else, feel free to ask!
    1402 days ago
  • v CLPURNELL
    Have fun in Boston!
    1403 days ago
  • v PAMSBUG
    Quincy Market-- Walking everywhere. I grew up in R.I. and we would run to Boston every so often so much to do Enjoy!!
    1403 days ago
  • v PANDASUE2
    Oooh! Boston is LOTS of fun! If you're looking for seafood, one of the best clam chowders I've ever had was at this place:

    http://www.legalseafoods.co
    m/Restaurants/Boston-Long-Wharf

    Its down by the water, by the New England Aquarium... also a cool place to check out if you have the time!

    Otherwise, as far as workouts, you can walk walk walk in that city. They do have the train, but most places are pretty close within walking distance. They have a small China town that is pretty cool too.

    Have lots of fun!
    1403 days ago
  • v SISYPHUS_CLIMBS
    Couldn't watch the video at work, but welcome to Mass! Boston is a great town (I lived there for ~5 years), and you can walk everywhere. I love Faneuil Hall and walking along the waterfront. The aquarium is awesome (but I worked there, so I'm biased). You can walk for hours in Little Italy, but warning: you will want to stop every 5 feet to eat something. Cambridge is really pretty, and of course the Esplanade along the Charles River. Yea, I could keep going all day.
    1403 days ago
  • v HANNAHEP
    Hey....I live in Boston! Haahahah it's a great walking town! You should have no problem getting workouts in! :)
    1403 days ago
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