NYTimes.com – A $100 Weekend in Boston

A $100 Weekend in Boston – NYTimes.com. <– Click

I like to visit Boston too, next time I’ll be sure to check out all these places. Huge thanks to the author. Please do read the entire article by clicking the link above, it is very helpful.

“Seth Kugel for The New York Times; Jodi Hilton for The New York Times (art institute)”

“Clockwise from top left: Simco’s hot dog stand, a trolley that runs to Mattapan, pizza and wine at Galleria Umberto, the Granary Burying Ground and the Institute of Contemporary Art.”

“Fridays from 4 to 7:30 you’ll find the Chinese-American-themed truck on Clarendon Street near Boylston, almost in the shadow of the John Hancock Tower. I tried the Double Awesome ($7), a messy semi-sandwich of poached eggs, pesto and Vermont Cheddar wrapped in a scallion pancake; not bad, but a bit over the top for me. I’d rate it a Single Awesome.”

The Institute of Contemporary Art.

 

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