Boston is one of the most cosmopolitan and historic travel destinations in the world and certainly in the United States. There are many reasons to visit Boston. Everything that a “Boston Traveler rolling duffle” would want to see is there. With its Revolutionary War history,Guest Posting its nationally renowned sports teams, its legendary educational institutions, and its proximity to Cape Cod and other venues, make Boston a great travel spot.
With such great opportunities for entertainment and site seeing, however, comes high prices, and it has become increasingly difficult to find bargain deals in Boston as well as its suburbs. That is why I’ve compiled a quick list of cheap Boston hotels, bars and activities that both locals and tourists can use when going out in Boston.
Cheap Boston Hotels
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Some of the more popular as well as affordable hotels in Boston are The Howard Johnson Inn of Boston. It’s located next to Fenway Park in downtown Boston. Another one in downtown Beantown is the Chandler Inn Hotel. If you want to stay by the airport, the Hampton Inn of Boston, is only a mile from Boston’s Logan Airport. Also, The Ramada Inn is in downtown Boston and is a very popular family hotel. Lastly, there is a nice hotel called A Bed and Breakfast in Cambridge (a suburb of Boston), which is a 1897 colonial revival house. One more option is tthe Beacon Inn of Boston as well.
Some inexpensive entertainment venues are:
Freedom Trail Walk
You can walk the Freedom Trail — it goes from from Boston Common to Bunker Hill) The trail begins in Boston Common and continues towards Faneuil Hall, winds through the North End, and then ends with a loop around Charlestown and the Harbor. It’s approximately two and a half miles.
The Boston Bike and Brewery Tour
If you enjoy bicycling, you’ll enjoy this leisurely stroll. Well, I shouldn’t say leisurely. It’s a 15 to 20 mile bike ride with mostly flat terrain. Estimated time is four to four and a half hours. You’ll spend a good amount of the time at the Harpoon Brewery as welll as at Carson Beach. I suggest letting Boston Bike Tours guide you. On the third Saturday of each month from late Spring to early Fall, the BBT guides its customers through the Financial District to Castle Island and Carson beach and then to Boston’s Harpoon Brewery for a beer and a tour (you’re not obligated to buy a beer, of course). The tour, with bike, helmet, water and beer included, is $25, $20 if you bring your own bike. We recommend making reservations. Their number is (617) 308-5902
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