Healthiest places in Boston?

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    Arnold Arboretum, Franklin Park, Jamaica Pond !!
     
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    RedBones!
     
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    emack & bolios
     
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    Malarkeys Irish Tavern in Southie.
    Finally a place that it's still ok to smoke in!
     
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    Charles River!

    Lots of good "scenery" there too!Wink
     
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    The Bunker Hill monument. It has all those winding stairs. LOL

    The Charles River



     
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    Massachusetts General Hospital
     
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    The Boston Common- so much to do!
     
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    The Prana Cafe, in Newton. Raw, vegan food at its best!
     
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    The Freedom Trail

    Shino Express Sushi on Newbury.  Healthy choices (obviously), delicious, and CHEAP (yes, it's an inexpensive place on Newbury St.)  It's small, though, so there's usually a wait no matter when you go.


     
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    The minuteman bikeway, the charles river.
     
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    The Arnold Arboretum has it all: flat spots for roller-blading; 3 Hills (Hemlock, Bussey, and Peters) for a good workout.  Lots of bike trails, jogging trails. A bubbling brook in most months of the year except August when it mostly dries up. Several ponds with turtles and birds and bunny rabbits. There's even a small cemetary. Finally, but not least, lots of cool trees. My favorite is the group of Dawn Redwoods in the Peters Hills section in a swampy area bordering Roslindale near the tracks.  Also there's a few paperbark Maples near the rose garden. In late fall, there's several several bushes with bright lilac berries. 
     
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    Boston Children's Museum. Chasing kids around that place will get you in shape quick.

    I love the Bunker Hill Monument inclusion on the list, but there are no elevators!
     
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    Good bike commuter routes- Southwest Corrider Park, Emerald Necklace, Minuteman- allow daily, relaxing exercise, while saving on gas and hassle.
     
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    Not eactly in the city but Prospect Hill Park in Waltham is a great little hike, has a decent view of the city, has picnic tables and there's plenty of dog walking going on.
     
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    esplanade along charles river, can walk, run, roller blade, bike, choose your loop, hatch shell to mass ave bridge over to cambridge, back around museum of science.  Extend to Harvard foot bridge, keep going through Brighton to Watertown, loop back, lots of different choices there.  Easy enough to pull over at several spots to take in great sights, eateries and such.
     
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