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Boston Sightseeing Trolley Tour with 1 Stop

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Start your tour at 200 Atlantic Avenue (end of Marriott Longwharf Hotel). <br><br>Explore the Cradle of Liberty easily and economically with this trolley tour. The route includes a stop on Beacon Street near the iconic Cheers.
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MDalmauDonato wrote a review Apr 2016
Boston, Massachusetts138 contributions15 helpful votes
When traffic in the city can get dull and boring, Storrow Drive at least provides you with a great view of the Charles River. It is also much safer than Memorial Drive in Cambridge (opposite side of river) as Storrow Drive has a divider.
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Date of experience: April 2016
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mainemountainbear wrote a review May 2013
Texas Gulf Coast, Texas1,184 contributions613 helpful votes
As a continuation of Soldiers Field Road, the Storrow Drive starts at MA 2 and follows alongside the Charles River west to east from MA 2 to MA 28. It passes the BU campus on the south and the Charles River Esplanade on the north and ends just east of the Longfellow Bridge (MA 3) by Lederman Park. It’s three lanes wide in each direction and is supposed to be a parkway for passenger cars only. It has no stoplights. When trucks use it illegally, accidents often happen. Otherwise, it’s a fast way to get near Boston's North End or to get out toward the bridge across the Charles to Harvard Square. This short drive can be efficient, but isn’t especially scenic. With so few exits en route, it’s wise to watch the signs or you can end up in some surprising places!
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Date of experience: September 2012
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Gene C wrote a review Apr 2013
Cheshire12 contributions2 helpful votes
Better than usual to travel into and out of the Back Bay on our visit. The other option is to take Exit 22 from the Mass. Turnpike. That will bring you into Copley Square or the Prudential Center complex. (Two choices from the exit)
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Date of experience: April 2013
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parker617 wrote a review Oct 2012
Boston, Massachusetts778 contributions109 helpful votes
As long as it's not rush hour - using Storrow Drive to get through the city is your best bet. You can hop on and off and get from one neighborhood to another (North End to Allston) pretty quickly. Only problem is there are a lot of bad drivers on it who don't yield to the rest of traffic. I personally like driving on it, zipping around the curves.
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Date of experience: October 2012
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Daniel G wrote a review Aug 2012
Lexington, Massachusetts, United States7 contributions1 helpful vote
This curvy road that runs along the Charles River with views of sail boats and crew shells is fun to drive along on your way in or out of Boston.
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Date of experience: August 2012
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