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he only bad thing about nice days in Boston is that the whole city seems to descend on the Public Garden. Avoid the crowds and hike the Harborwalk, with its stunning waterfront views and no shortage of park benches. Walkways stretch for more than 40 miles along the water, from Chelsea Creek to the Neponset River and along the perimeters of the North End, South Boston, and other historic neighborhoods. Stop on the way for a low-key picnic in the sun or a sailing lesson. Rineman
There are guided walks in the summer or download a free self-guided tour here.
Daily, dawn to dusk
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