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Boston Travel Reference Map

3rd Edition

Scale 1:10,000/1:800,000
ISBN 9781771290951
UPC 817712909510
$ CAD 10.95
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This is our third rendition of historic Boston. Each version seems to have had a different map on the reverse side; in this case, all of New England. Boston is, of course, a very important and scenic city, and well worth a visit. The city graces the south shore of the Charles River, with Cambridge on the north side; both cities being shown. Boston Common is the focal point of the city, adjacent to historic Beacon Hill and Chinatown. Being the state capital, the Massachusetts state legislature is also nearby, as is the theatre district. Not to be outdone, Cambridge has MIT, one of the great educational institutes of America. It is best visited by taking the subway to Kendall Square station, as parking is limited on campus. The harbour is also an exciting aspect of life in a major urban area. How many cities have ferry service to their international airport? The other side of the sheet is this massive undertaking, showing all of the five US states collectively known as New England – Maine, in the north, then Vermont and New Hampshire, and Connecticut, Massachusetts, and tiny Rhode Island in the south. A tiny bit of New York State, along the Hudson River, is also included, as well as brief portions of Quebec and New Brunswick. These states are made for driving, although the closer one is to New York City, the more likely one is to travel by train. This is a very densely-populated part of the USA, and part of the original 17 colonies that made up British America. It is a region rich in history and loaded with attractions, some of which are noted in our Top Attractions text block. Printed on durable waterproof paper, this map is designed to please.

Legend Includes:
Roads by classification, Rivers and Lakes, National Park, Airports, Points of Interests, Highways, Main Roads, Zoos, Fishing, and much more...

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