Boston Journals

Local Insight in Boston

A travel journal to Boston by chungt79

Quote: I went to school in Boston for four years and want to share this journal, especially for those are coming from overseas.

Local Insight in Boston

Overview

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Charles River makes all the difference. Strips of grassy parks that follow Charles is just awesome. go there during the fall season and you'll see some wonderful views with students playing various activities, reading books, and a nice walk along the river. Historical baseball stadium, Fenway Park. Even if you don't like baseball, go to a game just so you can tell a baseball fan that you've been there. One of the very few great fan centered baseball stadiums. Fun local atmosphere during games. Museum of Fine Arts (MFA). They have a very respectable number of worthy artworks and ancient artifacts on display. Freedom Trail is available for those who are interested in history ...Read More

Pravda

Attraction

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Expensive Euro-type bar. Pretty fun. But then, what isn't fun when you're drunk? A lot of yuppies go here, but that can be fun at times.

Member Rating 3 out of 5 on August 22, 2003

Pravda
116 Boylston St
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
+1 617 482 7799

Wonder Bar

Attraction | "Wonderbar"

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Pretty cool place to go on a weekend. Atmosphere is pretty nice. A lot of college students hanging out and drinking.

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on August 22, 2003

Wonder Bar
189 Harvard Avenue
Allston, Boston 02134
(617) 351-2665

Avalon

Attraction

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Thursday night is international night. You'll see a lot of international students with loads of money to spend. But fine girls (or guys) are around to make everything worth it.

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on August 22, 2003

Avalon
15 Lansdowne St
Boston, Massachusetts 02215
+1 617 262 2424

Museum of Fine Arts Boston

Attraction | "Museum of Fine Arts (MFA)"

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This place has good share of art work and ancient artifacts. Very good collection of Greek artifacts. You'll notice students doing their homework and projects throughout the place. I was one of them once . . . sigh . . .

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on August 22, 2003

Museum of Fine Arts Boston
465 Huntington Avenue
Boston, Massachusetts 02115
(617) 267-9300