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Hotels & Vacation Rentals Near Boston T Line From 73 USD

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Karina
Karina
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When in a new city, one of the best ways of exploring it is by foot. When you are in a city as big as Boston, the easiest and cheapest way to get around is by subway, or as locals call it, the “T” Line. Riding the T Line you will grant you easy access to places like the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston College, the Museum of Fine Arts, or Fenway Park—the legendary home stadium of the Red Sox. For good draft beer and some great bar bites, stop by Harry’s Bar & Grill, which is found near Warren Street Station. Interested in staying close to the T Line to having easy access to most parts of Boston and its attractions? Then check out these hotels and vacation rentals near the Boston T Line:

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Karina is a content creator based in Bucharest, Romania, world traveler, F.R.I.E.N.D.S obsessed, and coffee addict, dreaming of one day calling Colorado home. Some of her favorite destinations...Read more

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