Boston is seen to be unusually small for a significant city as one-fourth of its total area is water - which already includes parts of the Boston Harbor and the Charles River. The city earned its nickname “Beantown” during the colonial times when it became a popular stop for a significant trade route for the West Indies. Because of the steady and abundant supply of molasses that originated in the Caribbean, the famous dish that came to be known as Boston baked beans. The city’s small scale, with extensive public transit and network of bike paths, Boston was considered to be a city built to meeting new people where they can share ideas and collaborate. There is more to do in Boston than explore its history. The city is laced with parks and pathways that visitors can take while enjoying the views when taking a walk. And if the weather can draw you indoors, you can explore one of its museums, and if it’s a day of pampering that you are looking for, there is no shortage of scapes in Boston.
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