RFC Boston

Boston, Massachusetts is the next lucky city to be blessed with RT2.0’s presence, we’ll be arriving in the afternoon on Thursday. To help brainstorm things to do, places to eat, etc, check out our Boston page (also linked off the Itinerary) and see if you have anything to add. If you’re in the area and want to meet up, hit us up!

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Comment by Al
2007-09-27 09:10:23

hey did I miss it? Can you guys add a “sticky” post with a list of states/towns you will be traveling through? Then all of us can give you advice on where to eat, where NOT to eat, scenic stuff, things to do in that state, etc…

Comment by Al
2007-09-27 09:12:33

nevermind, I found it
http://www.roadtrip20.com/itinerary

 
 
Comment by Kosti
2007-09-26 09:39:32

Go eat at a restaurant called “legal seafood”. Supposedly it’s good. Also, don’t forget the “Cheers” bar is in Boston. You could e-mail Dino and see if he can recommend any good places as well…

Comment by Alexi
2007-09-26 09:48:54

Wow (http://www.ltkbarandkitchen.com/site/).. Looks like a cool place, but it’s not cheap! I’ll have to consult with my van-mate before dining there : )

 
 
Comment by Dan
2007-09-26 08:44:36

Haymarket Square/Fanueil Hall

http://www.faneuilhallmarketplace.com/

Yawkey Way/Fenway Park

Cambridge Square/Harvard

Bunker Hill

http://www.charlestownonline.net/bunkerhillmonument.htm

Go visit my hometown and take a tour of the Budweiser Plant

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Merrimack,_New_Hampshire

Comment by Alexi
2007-09-26 08:56:22

Thanks for the tips. The Budweiser Plant sounds like a blast, but the anti-gay stance that Wikipedia says the city has might make it a tad uncomfortable for Ben! ; )

 
 
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