Boston, Massachusetts is located approximately 365 miles from Baltimore, Maryland. This makes it possible for those people who live in many of the baltimore condos that are located in and around that area to visit Boston and enjoy many of its historical sites.
Within a few hours, Maryland residents can find themselves traveling the same road that Paul Revere did when he made his famous midnight ride; an event that is believed by some to be one of the pivotal moments in the Revolutionary War. Here, too, they can see the Old North Church from where the lanterns were hung signifying that the British were approaching by the sea route.
Other, more modern-day sites feature a bar that is actually named “Cheers,” just like the one made famous in the TV show of the same name. Another bar is also located here that was used for the exterior shots on the show. Both bars are real; they’re not just “prop” or “set” bars, and one of them is known for its enormous hamburgers. Maryland residents will have to find out for themselves which one it is.
While in the city, Maryland residents can pick up some souvenirs to take back home with them. With so many landmarks and attractions, both old and new, they should have no trouble finding those that fit right into the dcor of their homes. Old lamps or lanterns or beer steins, cocktail glasses, napkins, or coasters with the two bars featured, as well as other items, can all be good choices for mementos of the Boston trip.
With both cities located just a few hours away, it will be easy for Maryland residents to travel back and forth to Boston as often as they wish. When they do this, they can take advantage of all the restaurants, attractions, and other things that welcome tourists to Boston each and every day.