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ahernandez

ahernandez

Taking a mother/daughter trip up to Boston for a long weekend! Any recommendations would be great!

We love trying new food, shopping at markets, and new experiences! We are hoping to do something on a ferry/boat. So any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

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    hannahreece23

    hannahreece23

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    Boston harbor islands

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    kateweiser

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    SoWa Sundays

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    plefrancois

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    The Tall Ship Boston: Floating Oyster Bar & Waterfront Experience (Live Music, Food Trucks, Popups, & More)

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    paigeydubois

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    Lolita Cocina & Tequila Bar: Cocktail Bar & Lounge in Fort Point

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    paigeydubois

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    Seaport Summer Market

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    Charles River Boat Cruise

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    ginaa

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    Open Newbury Street 2024

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    yiseowl

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    ICA Watershed 2024

    If you purchase two museum passes to the ICA you can add on the water taxi option, which will bring you to their Watershed museum just over the Harbor. While in East Boston, you can check out the Downeast Cider Garden, which has food trucks. There are also other food options around the Eastie 🌊

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    heymims

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    iporter2

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    2024 Boston Open Market

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    iporter2

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    Time Out Market Boston Food Hall

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    iporter2

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    Ferry to Salem

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