Spring in Boston

Enjoying Urban Luxury at the Ames Hotel Boston

  When the snow melts on Boston Common, the crocuses are joined by daffodils in vest-pocket gardens in front of the brownstones, and the whole city feels fresh and clean, it’s time to visit Boston. You might visit Boston on business, after all, there’s a lot of business going on in Boston. Or history – […]

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History, Arts, Nightlife, and Dining

Boston's Financial District

Boston’s Financial District is one of those very few places where you can find heavily overlapping layers of history, arts, nightlife, dining, and culture. A weekend getaway to that corner of the city can be an exciting and enteraining experience. Boston’s history doesn’t really center around Boston Common. Historical Boston actually centered around the old […]

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A Time To Remember

Visiting Martha's Vineyard

The beautiful island of Martha’s Vineyard is a must see if you haven’t had the pleasure of strolling North and South Water Street in Edgartown, viewing all the big beautiful houses that once belonged to old whaling captains or seeing the Gingerbread Cottages in Oak Bluffs, formerly called “Cottage City”. This small island is home […]

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Getting There For Less

Cheap Airfares Still Abound

Despite the anguish being felt because of ultra high fuel prices, many airlines are still offering deep discounts on flights as the busy holiday travel season approaches. This is good news for consumers, but bad news for struggling carriers who absolutely cannot sustain this practice permanently. Consumers should take care how they book and pay […]

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