361 Boylston St
Boston MA 2116
If you are roaming around the city of Boston in search for the perfect sandwich place, search no further than Parish Café. This is a top notch restaurant that features sandwiches that have been created by chefs that are local renown. This sandwich shop is right off Boylston and has a laid back atmosphere with a friendly staff. A great place to come for lunch or dinner any day of the week!
Lexington, ConcordWhy Go: This is a "must do" day trip for American history buffs. You can follow the route taken by Paul Revere to the Revolutionary battlegrounds.What you can do: In Lexington, you can visit the town's historic landmarks such as Buckman Tavern, Munroe Tavern, and the Hancock-Clarke House. These are all tied to the early stages of the American Revolution. Once you leave Lexington you can enter Minute Man Historical Park. You can learn about the early stages of the Revolutionary ...
Provincetown, Cape Cod Why Go: Cape Cod is so close you would not want to miss the beauty of the coastline, the beach, the villages and the history. Provincetown offers all that and more. You could even spot some whales at the right time of year. This trip is best in May through September.What you can do: Take the Provincetown ferry to the Cape, stroll the coastline, walk the streets of Provincetown, enjoy the seafood, the galleries and the shops. This is the perfect day excursion to enjoy Cape ...
Cape Ann, Gloucester, Rockport, Good Harbor Beach, Wingaersheek Beach (Also Essex, Ispwich, Newburyport), then home through Salem Why Go: These east coast beaches are not as crowded, full of history and fishing villages. (Inspired the movie, The Perfect Storm)What you can do: In Rockport and In Gloucester, America's oldest seaport, visit historical venues and shops. Stroll the beaches and wonder through museums and galleries. The key beaches are Good Harbor Beach and Wingaersheek Beach. In Salem ...