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Teresa It's a bit tough with where you are staying to really take you to the route, unless you don't mind running several miles to reach the course? The problem is your hotel is near the very end of
As for renting, and your location requests - you could find some digs in Beacon Hill / Back Bay for that price range, or slightly above; although would be small. South Boston is turning a bit cosmopolitan
Ashish I'm not too sure how to answer your question, besides telling you that the government signed off on the Silver Line as an official BRT system, see here: http://www.nbrti.org/media/evaluations/Boston_Silver_Line_final_report
Tough question, I could not find much about documentary, but plenty about the actual story. You can send questions to this site: http://www.alfredtrenklerinnocent.org/petition_for_investigation.html
Love the soul food in boston, and here's the best list around: http://www.yelp.com/search?find_desc=soul+food&find_loc=Boston%2C+MA#cflt=soulfo All 12 are incredible, skip the first, a