Boston, United States travel tips

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If you are a proper petrolhead, going on a road trip is in the U.S. is a must. Buying a car as a foreigner is difficult, but renting is always a good option.

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Feel like catching a football game? Check out the New England Patriots.

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Sports are big in the U.S., and the baseball matches of local team Boston Red Sox are always entertaining!

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Lavish accommodations can be found in Boston, just look up The Fairmont Copley Plaza. Professional service, up to international standards.

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Tourism in Boston is quite big, so finding a welcoming place to stay is quite easy. Try The Kendall Hotel, the service is friendly and the food is great!

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If you have no real needs ask around for 40 Berkeley Hostel, they have some cheap rooms.

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St. Patrick's Day is a must if you are in Boston during March. Be prepared for some intense partying!

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Boston is a city of knowledge. With many universities and colleges this metropolis is all about advancing the human knowledge!

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Most clubs in U.S. play international hit club songs, R&B and other typical club tunes. DJ's are fairly good, so if you feel like clubbing look for a place called “Pink”.

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Alcohol may be a major health issue the U.S., but if you are up for some responsible drinking, Boston has plenty of choices to offer. Ask around for a nice bar or just head for Sligo's Pub.

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Coppa may not be the cheapest restaurant in Boston, but you should probably try it at least once to get the idea of U.S. hospitality done right!

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Finding a mid-range place to eat is not that difficult in Boston, just look up Tres Gatos.

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Legal Harborside has a decent selection for some very fair prices, if you want to fuel up, visit this restaurant.

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If you have any questions about Boston just visit the local tourist office, the staff is very friendly!

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Boston is a relatively safe place to travel, but always keep an eye on your belongings. If you run into any trouble just call the Police, they are generally helpful.

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The climate is cold from December to April, and it is one of the windiest cities in the U.S.

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Asking around for directions is OK. Most Americans are very friendly and will gladly point you in the right way.

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Tipping is customary in the USA, even though it is not mandatory. If you are not satisfied with the service but not the food, do not punish the waiter as he or she probably gets most of the pay from tips!

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Almost all places accept credits cards in the United States, but having a small amount of cash on you is still advisable.

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