Boston is the probably the most liveable city in the USA. I enjoyed my stay here. It’s a beautiful European looking city, highly influenced by England. You can see that from the Victorian architecture, which is truly astonishing.
The people are polite, relaxed, smart and it’s just nice to be here. Life is very very expensive though. Just try to book a hotel if you want. My God, it’s so expensive. Even taking the subway and the food is just expensive. Okay, I get it, the people are rich and so on, but it doesn’t mean I have to get a heart attack when I see the prices of just a plain pizza or so. We aren’t greedy, but we aren’t fools either who would pay 10 dollars for the exact same thing we could buy for 3 dollars in our own country.
Anyway, I think I’d recommend everyone Boston to visit for a couple of days. 4 days would be more than enough. You can start your trip in Cambridge, where you can visit MIT and Harvard. It’s nice to stroll around and just “feel” how it is, there. Beside that, I would definitely visit the city center, as it’s pretty nice, but also very compact, making it easy to avoid Uber and just walk.
You could visit Prudential Center too, but only if you want see Boston and Cambridge from the top. That’s all. Nothing else to see there. If you want to shop, you can visit the shops at Prudential Center and stop by The Cheesecake Factory to eat delicious cheesecakes.
That’s it for now. If someone needs more info, I’ll just provide that.
(see: Boston Tea Party)