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Best Airport Food: Eight Restaurants for Chowing Down on Local Flavors

by Rebecca Dolan. Posted Apr 18th 2011 01:45 PM
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Given the questionable reliability of air travel these days, there's a chance that that booking fee is going to include a no-expenses-paid, overnight vacation in an airport terminal. Or there's always the missed connection or five-hour layover option. The situation can be especially depressing when escaping the airport is not an option.
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Five Iconic Baseball Stadiums To Visit To Make Summer a Grand Slam

by Annemarie Dooling. Posted Apr 11th 2011 09:30 AM
Baseball Stadiums

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Peanuts, crackerjacks and home runs: baseball stadiums are the stuff summer is made of. Luckily, there are 29 stadiums in the U.S., each ripe for a summer time visit. There are 5 ballparks, however, that stand out as their own kind of Mecca to fans.
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Bank of America's Free Museums Deal Returns

by Elizabeth Brady. Posted Jan 26th 2011 10:15 AM
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Tony Rinaldo , Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Bank of America's "Museums on Us" program will be returning for a 14th season this year, allowing B of A and Merrill Lynch debit and credit cardholders free admission for themselves (after presenting their card) to 150 arts and cultural institutions around the United States. The promotion kicks off the weekend of February 5, and is effective on the first full weekend of every month in 2011.
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Boston Duck Tours - Cheapest Way to Book

by Annie Scott. Posted Jan 10th 2011 05:14 PM
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Boston Duck Tours are the cream of the crop, both for Boston and for Duck Tours in general. There is so much to see in Boston, and seeing it partly by land, partly by water makes it so much more fun! Plus, the guides ("conDUCKtors") are encouraged to be wacky -- they're sure to make you and your family laugh.
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Snake Lost on Train in Boston

by Kim Foley MacKinnon. Posted Jan 7th 2011 11:29 AM
A passenger lost her pet snake "Penelope" on the Boston subway, causing delays and squeamishness.
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