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Boston has the look and feel of a large American city but the charm and elegance of a traditional New England town. It's a perfect city to take photos and get a bite to eat! I love the New England clam chowder, NE style pizza, Samuel Adams Lager, and D&D's coffee. Boston is the home of the famous Boston Red Sox baseball team who play on the oldest active stadium (Fenway Park) in the United States. It's also boasts having the first subways system, public school, and college (Harvard College) in the United States. Boston front lined the American Revolution as the Bostonian, Crispus Atucks (no relation.. that I know) threw the first stone starting the Boston Massacre and sparked many other battles which eventually lead to the independence and creation of the United States of America. Thanks Crispus! Boston, aka: "Bean Town"; not so much because of it's abundance of beans but of molasses. Apparently the molasses made the the baked beans much more palatable and maybe even... really good.