Why go see Boston?

I spent my spring vacation down in Boston. It really was one of the greatest spring vacations and it is all owed to the city. Here is a little bit about Boston and a few reasons why you should go see it:Boston is a traditional, but trendy city with a lot of character from the colonial times. It was a pivotal place in the birth of America and its style, atmosphere and people invoke that passion in its visitors.The city is relatively small, easy to navigate, but nevertheless there are a lot of things to do in Boston. If you are a museum kind of a person then you can’t miss the Museum of Science, the MIT Museum why not…visit the Sports Museum to see New England’s sports heritage. If you want a taste of history you can’t miss the JFK Presidential Library and Museum or seeing the 16 historic sites (Old State House, Trinity Church, Granary Burying Ground, etc) of the colonial Boston.The Museum of Fine Arts, the Isabella Steward Gardner Museum, the Institute of Contemporary art and the three Harvard Art Museums can’t be missed for someone who appreciates art.If you would like to take a stroll through the city you can’t miss the Waterfront District (you can see where the Bostonians dropped the tea in 1768), the Cambridge area (and check out Harvard and MIT), the North End (Italian district) and the Theater District (restaurants, bars, pubs and theaters all mingling with each other).To speed things up you can take advantage of the “old town trolley tours” for a very informative, fun and unique experience.