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Hi All!I haven't posted here for so long so this post is actually putting a smile on my face!Anyway....I'll be coming to Boston at the end of the year (from Australia), thinking about staying for 4 days, is that enough for a Patriots and a Celtics game during the day + exploring the city? For one of the days I want to visit the basketball Hall of Fame, how do I get there, and how much of the day will it take out of me? And then of course, I want to come watch a game, thinking about Hawks at 1pm on 31st Dec - if I want to catch a flight to another city after that, what's the earliest time you would recommend?Alternatively, where can I go for New Year's Eve in Boston?Many many many thanks to my friends in Boston!
Also assuming you have a way to get to Gillette, which is about a half an hour South of the city.
Quote from: D.o.s. on November 07, 2013, 04:42:42 PMAlso assuming you have a way to get to Gillette, which is about a half an hour South of the city.There's no way Gilette is ever anything close to half an hour on game day, though. We spent 2+ hours in traffic trying to make a U2 concert last time we were there.
In any case, the 1 day you have left may be perfectly sufficient for sightseeing around Boston -- it's not a big city. Also, late December is not the best weather for sightseeing on foot . I recommend the Freedom Trail, which should give you a nice view of the historic areas. Make sure not to miss the fireworks on New Year's Eve -- they shoot them from a barge in the harbor.