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  1. David

    On the backside of Fenway there’s a bar with grub that has open air onto the field – certainly worth a stop if you’re a baseball fan.

    Allow more time for MFA than you think you’ll need, it’s big!

  2. Derek Edmond

    Hey Barry – there are so many neighborhoods you can walk around and enjoy and each one is a bit different. Faneuil Hall, Beacon Hill, Newbury Street & the Boston Common are some. Check out Harvard Square and the University if you can (quick subway ride) or maybe MIT and Kendall Square.

    If you are more interested in things outside the city, Lexington & Concord are great for the outdoors and some history as well.

    Finally – you could always try checking out a Red Sox game or simply hanging around the Fenway area when a game is being played.

  3. Jill

    Absolutely go to the North End for dinner some night and Mike’s Pastry is a must if you and your wife like cannolis….they have the BEST cannolis you’ll ever have!

    Also, Fanueil Hall and Haymarket are really nice to walk around as well!

    Have fun in BeanTown! 🙂

  4. Barry Schwartz

    Thanks Guys. Just want to add in three responses I received in Twitter, so far:

    fairminder @rustybrick The Isabella Stewart Gardner museum is one of a kind and walking distance from the MFA. 15 minutes ago from web in reply to rustybrick

    dedmond29 @rustybrick – Some ideas: Red Sox game, Harvard Square, Food & Drink in Beacon Hill – Free lunch w/KoMarketing Associates? 🙂 20 minutes ago from TweetDeck in reply to rustybrick

    danzarrella @rustybrick ica > mfa also, bovas (24 hr pastry in the north end) and Miel (24 hr french on the waterfront) 22 minutes ago from web in reply to rustybrick

  5. Eric Lander

    The science museum. I love it there and you cannot beat the Mugar Omni Theatre. It’s IMAX on steroids!

    Aside from that, you may also like the computer museum. Another cool place to kill some time if the weather is less than ideal.

  6. Leon Schwartz

    I love Boston. Even took your Mom there on vacation.
    Did the Duck Tour Boats
    Boston Common
    The Freedom Trail (requires some time and walking).

    I love just walking around Boston:
    Back Bay
    Commonwealth Ave.
    cross the bridge to
    visit the MIT Media Lab.

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