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CHEAP FLIGHTS TO BOSTON
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London Airports Boston 03 Feb 2017 12 Feb 2017 £338
London Gatwick Boston 12 Jan 2017 19 Jan 2017 £349
London Heathrow Boston 19 Jan 2017 02 Feb 2017 £367
London Airports Boston 16 Feb 2017 21 Feb 2017 £377
London Airports Boston 15 Feb 2017 19 Feb 2017 £385
London Airports Boston 03 Feb 2017 12 Feb 2017 £394
London Airports Boston 16 Feb 2017 21 Feb 2017 £403
Edinburgh Boston 18 Feb 2017 25 Feb 2017 £412
Glasgow Boston 24 Jul 2017 07 Aug 2017 £412
London Airports Boston 16 Feb 2017 21 Feb 2017 £424
Edinburgh Boston 18 Feb 2017 25 Feb 2017 £437
London Airports Boston 03 Feb 2017 12 Feb 2017 £449
London Gatwick Boston 29 Jul 2017 02 Sep 2017 £457
Edinburgh Boston 18 Feb 2017 25 Feb 2017 £462
London Airports Boston 15 Feb 2017 19 Feb 2017 £465
Edinburgh Boston 18 Feb 2017 25 Feb 2017 £466
Edinburgh Boston 18 Feb 2017 25 Feb 2017 £468
Edinburgh Boston 18 Feb 2017 25 Feb 2017 £472
Edinburgh Boston 18 Feb 2017 25 Feb 2017 £473
London Airports Boston 15 Feb 2017 19 Feb 2017 £480
London Heathrow Boston 19 Jan 2017 02 Feb 2017 £486
Glasgow Boston 02 Jul 2017 16 Jul 2017 £501
London Gatwick Boston 12 Jan 2017 19 Jan 2017 £510
London Gatwick Boston 12 Jan 2017 19 Jan 2017 £511
London Heathrow Boston 19 Jan 2017 02 Feb 2017 £516
London Airports Boston 16 Feb 2017 21 Feb 2017 £526
Glasgow Boston 02 Jul 2017 16 Jul 2017 £547
Edinburgh Boston 18 Feb 2017 25 Feb 2017 £550
Glasgow Boston 24 Jul 2017 07 Aug 2017 £551
Glasgow Boston 24 Jul 2017 07 Aug 2017 £551
Glasgow Boston 24 Jul 2017 07 Aug 2017 £559
Edinburgh Boston 18 Feb 2017 25 Feb 2017 £563
London Heathrow Boston 19 Jan 2017 02 Feb 2017 £586
London Heathrow Boston 19 Jan 2017 02 Feb 2017 £614
London Gatwick Boston 12 Jan 2017 19 Jan 2017 £652
London Gatwick Boston 12 Jan 2017 19 Jan 2017 £656
London Gatwick Boston 12 Jan 2017 19 Jan 2017 £661
London Airports Boston 16 Feb 2017 21 Feb 2017 £664
London Airports Boston 16 Feb 2017 21 Feb 2017 £664
London Heathrow Boston 19 Jan 2017 02 Feb 2017 £665
London Heathrow Boston 19 Jan 2017 02 Feb 2017 £667
London Airports Boston 16 Feb 2017 21 Feb 2017 £667
London Heathrow Boston 19 Jan 2017 02 Feb 2017 £668
Edinburgh Boston 18 Feb 2017 25 Feb 2017 £671
London Heathrow Boston 19 Jan 2017 02 Feb 2017 £675
London Heathrow Boston 19 Jan 2017 02 Feb 2017 £675
Glasgow Boston 24 Jul 2017 07 Aug 2017 £694
Edinburgh Boston 18 Feb 2017 25 Feb 2017 £696
Glasgow Boston 24 Jul 2017 07 Aug 2017 £723
London Gatwick Boston 29 Jul 2017 02 Sep 2017 £747
Glasgow Boston 02 Jul 2017 16 Jul 2017 £806
Glasgow Boston 02 Jul 2017 16 Jul 2017 £814
Glasgow Boston 02 Jul 2017 16 Jul 2017 £817
Glasgow Boston 02 Jul 2017 16 Jul 2017 £871
London Gatwick Boston 29 Jul 2017 02 Sep 2017 £1311
Glasgow Boston 02 Jul 2017 16 Jul 2017 £1398
London Gatwick Boston 12 Jan 2017 19 Jan 2017 £1989
London Airports Boston 03 Feb 2017 12 Feb 2017 £2438
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Boston Introduction
Known as the "Cradle of Liberty", Boston, it is true to say, is where modern America began. New England was the site of the first landing of the Pilgrims, who made their first settlement at Plymouth, located a bare hour south of Boston today. And just over 150 years after the founding fathers set foot on mainland America Boston was throwing a Tea Party, with the British as the unwelcome guests, and a couple of years later the first skirmishes of the War of Independence broke out here, with a notable battle taking place on Bunker Hill to the north-east of the city.
The Freedom Trail connects 16 of the city's most famous revolutionary sites, including the house of Paul Revere, made famous in ballad and poem for his daring midnight dash to warn of the impending British invasion (take time to pity his companion William Dawes, whose name just didn't scan sufficiently for Longfellow to pen an ode to his bravery as well). Faneuil Hall where fiery revolutionary orators such as Samuel Adams stirred the coals of insurrection and "Ol' Ironsides", the USS Constitution are other must-sees on the trail, as it traces the timeline to independence.
It's a strange thing though, that for all Boston was where the American nation began to shake off its colonial shackles if anything it is quite European in its attitude and outlook and has always been one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the US. Home to the nation's most respected university in Harvard, its population is erudite and bohemian in outlook, rather than sharing the strait laced views of their forefathers. Indeed today's crop of students represents one in ten of every Boston inhabitant, which keeps the atmosphere young and vibrant. Try coming on St Patrick's Day when the city's large Irish (and Irish at heart) population parties all over the city - it is hard to believe that this is the liberty that Samuel Adams and his ilk envisaged, but nobody seems to be complaining.
The surrounding countryside of New England and the coastal resorts of Cape Cod and the island of Martha's Vineyard are breathtakingly beautiful. North of the city meanwhile you'll find Salem, home to the famous 17th-century witch trials and later Nathaniel Hawthorne, one of the father's of American literature. Concord likewise is famous for its literary alumni, including Ralph Waldo Emerson and the reclusive writer Henry David Thoreau who lived in a cabin at Walden Pond, recreating a pastoral idyll of America (albeit with the odd sojourn into town for tea with his friends).
No modern introduction to Boston is complete without mentioning the incredibly popular TV show Cheers, and visitors to the city will invariably flock to the Bull and Finch Pub, which was the inspiration for the long-running comedy series. If planning such a homage be prepared - the bar looks nothing like Cheers, and Boston is full of tourists complaining about it. But forewarned is forearmed; simply move on - there's a lot more going on in this city to be worried about such a small thing, and anyway there's another Cheers bar at Faneuil Hall, just like the one on TV.


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