Every year, thousands of students fly in and out of Boston Logan Airport in March and April to get to their spring break destinations. With plenty of students in and around the Boston metropolitan area, there will be plenty of traffic around the airport in the coming months. Make sure you book your travel reservations soon, and until then, check out this guide to keeping your spring break stress-free.
Boston is a college town — around 20% of the city’s population are enrolled in college or university. From Harvard to Boston College to New England Community College, there are higher learning institutions of all kinds, as well as many secondary schools throughout New England. Did you know GO Boston offers college shuttles specially customized for students moving in and out of dorms, and to and from the airport?
Are you planning on attending the Seafood Expo North America this year? One of the world’s premier seafood conventions is once again heading to Boston from March 17th to 19th, in the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. You won’t want to miss one of the leading trade events and America’s biggest, where seafood buyers in every area of the market — from retail, restaurant, processing, service, and catering — come together to check out all the newest products, services, and equipment.
Have you started making your Valentine’s Day plans yet? February 14th is just around the corner, and we’d suggest making your reservations as soon as possible. Not sure what you’ll be doing? We have a number of suggestions for you to get started.
For now, the weather is still cold. As storms rip through the northeast, it might be difficult to think your spring and summer holidays are right around the corner, but cruise season is coming up! Take off your mittens and hats, and start planning your travels and transportation now.
Just because the holidays are over, doesn’t mean the fun needs to stop. The upcoming month is full of fun wintery events, for all ages and groups. Enjoy the magical winter New England months while they last!
Every year around New Years, many take the time to reflect on the year they’re leaving behind, and what new habits they’d like to pick up going forward. Exercising more, getting a promotion, eating more vegetables — many resolutions look pretty similar. We’ve come up with our own resolutions which we think are worth actually sticking to.
Have you made your plans for New Year’s Eve yet? You better act fast — party tickets are selling out, restaurants are getting booked up, and transportation is getting snapped up fast. For this New Years, let our professional and courteous drivers get you and your party safely and comfortably to and from your destination, letting you free to enjoy the night.
We’re in the final countdown to Christmas, and you know what that means — finalizing holiday parties, travel plans, and last minute gift shopping. Have you made your travel reservations yet? Believe it or not, holiday travel doesn’t need to be stressful, and we’ve made a quick guide to show you how.
In December, New England certainly looks the part for the holidays — icicles, snow, frozen streams, and snow-capped mountains. There’s no better place to spend the holiday season, and there are plenty of local offerings to get you in the spirit. Here are a few of our very favorite things to do during the Hanukkah and Christmas seasons.
Whether you’re a hockey player or figure skater, beginner or seasoned pro, New England has some of the most charming and magical ice skating rinks in the country. We’ve rounded up our very favorites outdoor spots to glide away into winter.
Perhaps you’ve seen one of the many movies filmed in Cambridge, or you’re curious about Harvard or MIT, or you just want to walk around a beautiful part of the city. Regardless of your reason for wanting to visit Cambridge, you’re sure to find a neighborhood full of student cafes, historic sites, cozy bars, delicious restaurants, curious bookshops, great shopping, and so much more. We’ve pulled together a few of our favorite things to do in Cambridge, in any season.
December is right around the corner, and you know what that means — New England is getting cold. Snow is coming, scarves and hats are on, and hot drinks are an imperative. While you may be mourning the loss of the summer heat, there are still many things to do in the Northeast – sledding, skiing, and exploring charming towns and villages are just a few of them. We have pulled together a few of our very favorite places to escape to during the winter months.
You’ve probably already begun preparing — travel plans made, dinner recipes decided, and guests confirmed. But after the turkey is eaten, the Macy’s Day Parade is over, and the small talk has run out, what are you going to do on Thanksgiving weekend? We’ve pulled together a few of the best ways to keep you and your guests busy over the holiday weekend, no matter your group’s age or size.
November is finally here, and we all know what that means — cold weather, hot drinks, and plenty of holidays to plan for. As Thanksgiving and Christmas are fast-approaching, there are several things you’ll need to start thinking about. From where you’re staying to how you’ll get there, we’ve put together a few tips to keep your holidays as stress free as possible.
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