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First stop in this itinerary is the Museum of Fine Arts. A museum on a shopping tour of Boston? Yes! Stop by the museum and check out the Textiles and Fashion...
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With a little time to burn, and a bit more plastic, Back Bay is Boston's best window-browswing neighborhood, with blocks of boutiques (and refueling stops)...
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If it's cold, wet or just miserable outdoors, don't give up a Back Bay shopping day. Take a cab or car to Copley Place, and make a quick run for it to have a...
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In a few hours, you can get a sense of JFK's first tramping grounds. Brookline, a suburban town with its own identity and history, is fun to reach by the T....
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Need some new equipment?  Here are three stores to hit up...  Jump on the T and have some fun!
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Boston's most historic neighborhood -- it turns 400 in 2025 -- has gas-flickering lamps and red-brick sidewalks lining the hilly blocks just north of Boston...
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SoWa -- or South of Washington (alas) -- is South End's edgy, rising arts neighborhood, and well worth going to on a Sunday, when it becomes a free-for-all...
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Boston's South End neighborhood is filled with artsy shops, boutiques and cafes. Spend a half day in the area starting with Metropolis Cafe, a small...