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- 14.5247 reviews
All the colleges and universities make Boston a very youthful city! But it is also one of the oldest and most historic in the US. A great combination of youthful...
- 2443 reviews
Mostly known for being the location of one of the world's most famous and prestigious universities.
- 34.514 reviews
The locals in this gay-friendly vacation town—with its abundance of B&Bs and salty seaside charm—impressed readers for being physically fit, and for speaking with Bahston-influenced accents. Keep pace with couply...
- 44.522 reviews
Nantucket is a beautiful island roughly thirty miles south of Cape Cod. It has a population of about ten thousand that swells to fifty thousand during the summer tourist season.
- 53.53 reviews
Of all the towns on the Vineyard this one is my least favorite. But it's one of the few towns with a liquor store which is good to know given...
- 645 reviews
One of the bigger towns on the Cape, with a lot to do here. Don't miss walking through the cute town center!
- 742 reviews
Really nice historic place, great for the foodies, or the family wanting quality eats. World class entertainment thoroughout this well known region, the Berkshires, yet this town is great for...
- 84.57 reviews
Colonial houses and charming five star B&B s. lots of shops, galleries and restaurants. A different feel from up country vineyard.
- 94.53 reviews
My husband and I stayed in Chatham for 3 nights in October 2007. We stayed at the Carriage House Inn. The breakfast was wonderful and the owners were very helpful...
- 104.513 reviews
On our way up the coast we stopped in Gloucester just to walk around and see some of the fishing sites.