by Greg & Katherine Letterman (Falcon Guides)
This is “soup-to-nuts” essential Boston with something for everyone. From early nineteenth-century Bay Village, the Theater District, and Chinatown, pass on to shopping at Downtown Crossing and the edges of the Financial District, then finish with Old South Meeting House (now a museum), the Old Corner Bookstore, the Old State House (site of the Boston Massacre), King’s Chapel and the Old Puritan Burying Ground, and Government Center with its famous “steaming tea kettle.”
Special attractions: Bay Village, Chinatown, shopping, old theaters, interesting architecture, and historic sites.
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