Boston is a beautiful, historic city located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean in Massachusetts. Founded in 1630, Boston is known for its many historic monuments and its European charm. Two to three nights is the perfect way to enjoy the city and visit many of its attractions. Among the things to do in Boston, the Freedom Trail is without doubt the best known. To do this walk of about 4 km, you can either take a guided tour or simply follow the red line on the ground that begins downtown, through the North End where the Italian neighborhood is, and ends at the other end of the Charlestown bridge. See also: Quincy Market, Aquarium, Boston Commons which is the oldest public park in America and the Public Garden. Due to their proximity, it is easy to explore on foot the neighborhoods of Back Bay, Beacon Hill, North End and downtown. My favorite is Charles Street, where we find antique shops, boutiques and cozy restaurants.
On the way back entering New Hampshire, you can stop at the Merrimack Premium Outlets. Located on the edge of a highway almost parallel to the 93, this little detour extends just 15 minutes your drive to Montreal. You will find deals to outlets such as Polo Ralph Lauren, Michael Kors, Banana Republic, Coach, Lindt Chocolate, and many others.