Root for the Home Team in Boston

There’s always some­thing going on in Boston. Pair world-class din­ing and shop­ping with inte­gral sports his­to­ry and cul­ture and you’ve got your­self a heck of a place to vis­it. From charm­ing cob­ble­stones, to the icon­ic grounds of Har­vard Uni­ver­si­ty and Fen­way Park, Boston is a trea­sure trove of Amer­i­cana. Have a night-on-the-town and vis­it the orig­i­nal Cheers bar, or fol­low the red trail through America’s first his­toric walk­ing tour at Free­dom Trail and see 16 his­tor­i­cal sites. With so much to do, you just may just have to escape for a lit­tle longer.

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Boston Logan Inter­na­tion­al Air­port (BOS)

Boston Logan Inter­na­tion­al Air­port is New England’s largest trans­porta­tion cen­ter and gen­er­ates $7 bil­lion in eco­nom­ic activ­i­ty each year. It is a city with­in a city on a 1,700-acre foot­print of land. The air­port has a fire depart­ment, a police depart­ment, a pow­er plant, two hotels, a non-denom­i­na­tion­al chapel and 27 acres of land­scap­ing along the road­ways and terminals.

Logan Air­port has four pas­sen­ger ter­mi­nals, A, B, C and E, each with its own tick­et­ing, bag­gage claim, and ground trans­porta­tion facil­i­ties. The ter­mi­nals are con­nect­ed to the cen­tral park­ing garage by a walk­way sys­tem. In all, there are 94 gates with con­tact jet bridges and nine region­al jet gates at the air­port and more than 40 air­lines fly non­stop to more than 100 domes­tic and inter­na­tion­al destinations.

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