The Best Places to Travel in June: Boston | Peruse Faneuil Hall, shop family-owned boutiques along Newbury Street, browse the bookstores of Cambridge, stroll along the harbor, cheer on the home team at Fenway Park, and take in the history of one of the country’s oldest towns. If you visit near the tail end of June, consider sticking around July4—hotel rates drop & the Boston Pops serenades the thick crowds that line the Charles River in preparation for the fireworks spectacular.
Minot's Ledge Light Year lighted: 1860 Current use: Active aid to navigation Maintained by: Coast Guard Visiting: Visible from Government Island, Cohasset, and Scituate. Best seen by boat. Cruises around Minot's Ledge Light and other local lighthouses scheduled June 26, July 17, and Aug. 21. For information, visit www.fbhi.org .
Helen Keller was a woman of astounding intelligence unwavering determination unbelievable courage and insurmountable achievement. She became the first blind-deaf person to effectively communicate with the sighted and hearing world. When she was only 19 months old she contracted a fever that would leave her both deaf and blind. At almost seven years of age her mother and father took her to see the famous inventor Dr. Alexander Graham Bell who advised them to hire a governess for the child…
Boston, Massachusetts, is a popular travel destination in New England, and there are plenty of things to do in the city. After living there for four years, we created this bucket list to give you a local perspective for your next trip. Click to read about the city’s museums, markets, theatre, sports, breweries, outdoors activities, and more.
It was my first time visiting this Pioneer Valley town and I complete fell in love with its quaint urban setting,literary history, and prestigious academia. Since it was National Doughnut Day during one of the days I was there, Jen and I hit up Amherst’s fun and creative doughnut shop, Glazed! I apologize in advance if you’re participating in Junkfood-Free June! #dougnuts #Amherst #Massachusetts #NewEngland #travelblog