Boston, with a population of 6
million people, is the capital of the Commonwealth of
Massachusetts in the United States. It is the largest city and
unofficial capital of the region known as New England. Boston is
one of the oldest, wealthiest, and most culturally significant
large cities in the United States. Its economy is based on
education, health care, finance, and technology.
Things to Do
Freedom trail is a great place to start your
tour. Follow the red line on the sidewalk and it will take you to Revolutionary
sites. The trail is approximately two and a half miles. You will start at the
Boston Common and end at Bunker Hill. A great tour for the entire family.
Another great attraction to visit is the USS Constitution. This is the naval
ship that is still commissioned. It got its nickname "Old Ironsides" because its
capabilities to resist shots fired at the enormous ship. There are tours
available on the ship to take you in further into this navy vessel.
Directions from Logan International Airport to Port of Boston
Merge onto I-90 W /TED WILLIAMS
Take EXIT 25 toward SOUTH BOSTON.
Keep LEFT at the fork to go on B ST.
Turn RIGHT onto SEAPORT BLVD / NORTHERN AVE.
End at Port Authority-Foreign Trade
Port of Boston
Black Falcon Cruise Terminal
One Black Falcon Avenue