Boston Travel Guide
Boston, the capital of Massachusetts, is one of the oldest cities in the United States. Additionally, it is home to the Boston Red Sox, Celtics, and New England Patriots, it also hosts academics such as Harvard and Boston College. One of the most well known events is the Boston Marathon, which is held on the third Monday of April.
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Boston played an important role in the American Revolution, which can be seen in the museums that surround the area. Paul Revere, a revolutionary fighter, was instrumental in the war against the British famously riding on horseback to warn colonists.
If you are traveling or moving to the area, find things that may interest you, your family, or your possible guests.
With a father that flys for a major airline, I am aware of travel necessities. Be sure to check my guide on travel essentials for the whole family.
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Flying to Boston? Airport travel is one of the most stressful parts of people’s trips. Check out the airport and airline tips that provide specific airport arrival times, baggage information for each airline, and helpful info on traveling with children.
About the Author
Kelsey Ramirez is a Real Estate Broker in western Washington. She is also a veteran elementary school teacher, military wife, and mom to two daughters. She is the founder of The Military Move, a military-based website to help families in the PCS process. Kelsey loves to travel, write, and create amazing content. She has her Masters in Technology, which she uses to learn all new things digital.
With three decades of military support, Kelsey’s mission is to help new and existing military families in their unique adventures through all military topics including PCSing, budgeting, school choice and rights, housing, and especially just being a military spouse.