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Boston offers a unique blend of traditional and trendy…old and new, with ultramodern skyscrapers towering beside colonial historical sites. Whether you want to explore incredible museums or shop tempting boutiques, take in a game or take a cruise, this book points the way with info on:Attractions for history lovers, sports lovers, and food loversSeven great itineraries and four fun day tripsPublic Garden, the first botanical garden in the U.S., legendary Fenway Park, Longfellow National Historic Site, and moreAll kinds of restaurants, ranging from local seafood and pizza favorites and ethnic eateries to elegant, high-end dining and unique neighborhood cafesShopping in stores that range from cheap to chic, boho to bourgeois, including Newbury Street, the “rodeo Drive of New England”Walking the 3-mile Freedom Trail, Harvard Square, Commonwealth Avenue, or around Walden PondTaking in fantastic live performances or relaxing in fun pubs and barsLike every For Dummies travel guide, Boston For Dummies, 4th Edition, includes:Down-to-earth trip-planning adviceWhat you shouldn’t miss — and what you can skipThe best hotels and restaurants for every budgetHandy Post-it Flags to mark your favorite pagesWith this friendly guide, you’ll enjoy a Boston vacation that suits you, whether that’s exploring the old or celebrating the new.
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Marie Morisawa (November 2, 1919 – June 10, 1994) was an American geomorphologist. Morisawa was an integral part of the revolution in the field that began in the 1950s.
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