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Discover Beantown's historic sites with RV Rentals in Boston
Having an RV in Boston will allow you to easily get to many of the city's destination, but there are many places which will be better seen by foot. The Freedom Trail, for instance, allows you to venture into the city, exploring 16 historical sites that will introduce you to Colonial Revolutionary Boston. The course will take two to three hours to complete by foot, with bricks on the streets connecting the sites and serving as a guide.
If a three-hour walk is not your thing, you can easily just take your RV Rentals in Boston to the many significant places in the city, including the Old State House, Quincy Market and the Union Oyster House, the oldest restaurant in the U.S.