Thinking of moving to Boston? Planning a quick trip? Just wondering what it’s like over there? Well, I lived in Boston for about 7 months so you’ve come to the right place to learn a thing or two about this historical New England city.
- Having just moved from Philadelphia, I absolutely loved how clean Boston is.
- Boston’s rich culture is evident throughout the city. There’s tons to do when it comes to visiting college campuses or learning about the city’s history by visiting local museums.
- You’re a stones throw away from Cambridge which is home to both MIT and Harvard.
- Lots and lots of seafood!
- If you’re a young professional, you’ll be glad to know that you fit the demographic mold.
- It’s a sports fans haven.
- It’s also a sailors haven. If you’re lucky enough you might make a friend or two that’ll take you out on their boat.
- Boston is severely segregated by ethic groups which makes it a bit uncomfortable.
- Trying to make new friends as a young professional? Sorry, this city isn’t for you. Most Bostonians already made all their friends in college and aren’t accepting new applications.
- Winters can be brutal but if you’re coming from any other North Eastern state, this won’t phase you at all.
- Most restaurants are just ok. Moving from Philly, I was shocked by the lack of flavor in Boston restaurant meals. That being said, I did find a couple of hidden gems.
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