The historic city of Boston is located in Suffolk County, Massachusetts. Staying at a Boston bed and breakfast offers more ambiance over the big hotel chains. Quite a number of yearly events can complement your stay while in town. You can enjoy the annual Boston Wine Expo held in January. The shows organizers offer over 1,800 different wines and even setup a Cru Wine Lounge. When visiting during a festival, reserve a room at a Boston B&B or Boston inn early since the area is swarming with tourists. Another great event is Race Up to Boston Place. This is when people get together to climb steps and help fight lung disease. They even have awards for the fastest! Those who love the history of our country will certainly remember the importance of Boston Common. It is the starting point of the Freedom Trail and a great place to check out. Similarly, war buffs will love visiting the Bunker Hill Monument located at Monument Square. Then take time to sample Bostons many dining options. Start at the Beacon Hill Bistro for high-end food in a casual setting. They serve everything from brunch to dinner and the site also contains a full bar. But if youre in the mood for a great steak, check out Fleming's Prime Steakhouse. They have a great bar, too. Even though they are a bit expensive, its well worth it!
67 Bradford Street, Provincetown, Massachusetts
The Brass Key Guesthouse in Provincetown MA, is just a minute's walk from the action on Commercial Street while providing the romantic intimacy of a secluded resort setting