For People New to Boston

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    For People New to Boston

    I grew up in Hyde Park (Paaahk) and never had a Frappe – always a milk shake. I also never had a grindah, it’s always a “sub”. Go to any sub shop in Hyde Park to verify. I also never called it a “bubblah” it was always a wattah fount’n.  And it’s a “clickah”. And it’s a “keg paahty” not a kegga. And it’s “wikkid pissa”. And don’t fahgetaboud “Comm Ave”, “BU bridge”, Mass Pike, and the correct pronunciations for Rocksbree, West Rocksbree, Dawchestah, Woosta (short oo as opposed to long oo), Hayvrill, Conkid, Lemminstah, and Woobin (long oo).

     
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    Some subjective opinions about things to see, do and eat while in Boston

    http://blondebrunettetravel.com/2012/07/26/the-city-i-love-boston/

     
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    Re: For People New to Boston

    Hi everyone,

    I have a plan to go to Boston, so I would like to know the best places to visit while I am there for the a couple of week. 

    gold coast holiday rentals

     
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    Re: For People New to Boston


    A friend relocated cross country to the Boston area to attend College and 
    was recommended Whalen's Moving. They were awesome!
    I hear they do local moves as well. Need to bookmark their website.
    http://bit.ly/1fykDcI
    Whalen's Moving & Storage Co., LLC

     

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