Being the largest city in the state of Massachusetts, Boston has a lot to offer. Having also been home to the first public school, this capital city is rich in history, culture, and architecture. Here are some of the top sights to see when visiting Boston!
1. Boston Tea Party Museum: Re-enact one of the most iconic moments in American history! At this amazing venue, patrons can enjoy an interactive experience involving exhibits and live actors. For more info click here.
2. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum: This exhibit is a dedication to the iconic 35th president on the United States, John F. Kennedy. Experience American history firsthand and tour this library to bring Kennedy's presidency to life. For more info click here.
3. Quincy Market: Home to over 60 retailers and 200,000 square feet of market space, this incredible outdoor market has stood the test of time. Patrons have been attending the market for 189 years to enjoy the food, cobblestone streets, music, and street performers. For more info click here.
4. The Revere House: In 1775, Paul Revere set out on the journey that would one day make him famous. Before this venture, he inhabited a small wooden house that still stands in Boston as a historical landmark. Being the oldest building in downtown Boston, Revere's great grandson purchased the building to protect it from being demolished. Because of this and some external funding, the Revere House was able to open its doors to the public as one of America's first historical residential museums. To learn more, click here.
5. Bunker Hill Monument: This 221ft tall monument commemorates the Battle of Bunker Hill as it was built atop the field where combat ensued. What makes this monument particularly interesting is that it took 17 years to construct. For more info, click here.
To see all of these amazing sights and MORE, join us on our Boston & Salem Summer Tour this August as we travel to these fun-filled cities. If you would like to learn more about this tour click here or call us at (866) 208 2950.
Best Travel Hacks
1. Use an ATM to get access to the local currency instead of using the currency exchange
The fees charged by your bank when travelling to the US or overseas are typically cheaper than those offered to you by currency exchange bureaus.
2. Invest in a portable charger.
Even though our buses are equipped with outlets, you never know when you might run out of juice on-the-go. Pack a portable charger and bring cables for your phone, camera, or other electronics you want to bring on longer excursions. Don't forget to charge the unit itself overnight before your trip!
3. Only unpack what you really need.
Upon arriving at your hotel, skip the part where you unpack all your luggage. Odds are you over-packed and won't use everything you brought with you. If you only unpack necessities then you're less likely to forget something behind when you leave.
4. Make a shopping list for souvenirs.
If you're prone to impulse buys or dishing out cash for extra keychains, mugs, and magnets to keep around the house as spare gifts, make a list of who you want to shop for and stick to it.
5. Pack a pashmina.
A pashmina is the most versatile piece of clothing and saves space in your luggage. Use it as a blanket, a shawl or scarf, or an emergency towel. The beauty of a great pashmina gives a modern spin to what Hitchiker's Guide to the Galaxy has been telling us all along.
Ever wondered what you can make with goat's milk? Here's 10 things.
Goat's milk is a nutritious and low fat alternative to cows milk that has become a hot topic item in both the culinary and beauty fields. That is because asides from the benefits that come from the consumption of goat's milk, there is a tremendous benefit to including this product into your beauty routine! It is easily absorbed into the skin and also helps to moisturize, especially for those with sensitive or problematic skin.
1. Goat Milk Brie
2. Goat Milk Butter Crunch
3. Face cream
4. Hand soap
5. Lip balm
9. Face wash
10. Bath bombs
Haute Goat founders, Debbie and Shain, realized a great opportunity for them when they started raising Nigerian dwarf goats. Rather than simply producing milk and cheese, the pair sought to separate themselves and their products from the rest so they began making artisan food and beauty products. Today at Haute Goat you can purchase all of the items listed above. If you want to get your hands on some then join us on June 6th, 2020 for a 1-day bus tour to Haute Goat Farm from Toronto. Included in the cost of this is round-trip transportation, a 90 minute goat & alpaca encounter, a make your own felted animal workshop, a wonderful farm lunch, complimentary snacks and water, and of course, a chance to visit the gift shop.
To learn more about this tour, click HERE.
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