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Boston — With a resurgent fine-dining scene, an array of top-notch shopping options and a nightlife mix that ranges from raucous to refined, Beantown's savvy present is just as appealing as its storied past. Although deeply rooted in history, Boston is a cosmopolitan city that is equally appealing for a family-friendly learning adventure, a full-on college party weekend or an elegant adults-only getaway.

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For colonial American history, diverse and inviting neighborhoods, and sports crazes from the Red Sox to college hockey.

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From $129: Memorial Day Weekend Hotel Offers in the U.S. and Abroad

May 13, 2016 by Christine Dayao

What better way to kick off the summer travel season than with a getaway during Memorial Day weekend? That's May 27-30, in case you've not been dreaming about ... Read More »


This Week in Cruising: New Disney Ships, Arguments About Donald Trump & More

March 09, 2016 by Fran Golden

Here's what's new in cruising this week, and how it could impact your next trip... Can’t get enough of politics in this election year? Cunard will offer a forum ... Read More »


What's New -- and Old Fashioned -- at Fairmont Hotels

December 22, 2015 by Alexandra Pecci

As the band blasted “Valerie” on their horns and a stylish crowd sipped cocktails in the elegant St. James Room of Boston’s Fairmont Copley Plaza, you’d half ... Read More »


Norwegian's Low-Cost Flights Coming to Vegas, Boston

October 21, 2015 by Michele Herrmann

  Norwegian Air Shuttle made waves when its CEO Bjørn Kjosstated that the airline could offertickets betweenEurope and North America for as low as $69 each ... Read More »


A 31.4% Hotel Discount in Cambridge in Honor of Pi Day

February 25, 2015 by Anne Roderique-Jones

Pi Day, which falls on March 14, is not just for math nerds anymore. (As you might remember from math class, the mathematical constantπapproximately equals3.14, ... Read More »

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