Best things to do, eat, experience in New Orleans or Boston?


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In Boston - The North End is a place to experience. North End is where Paul Reveres home is and where the Old North Church is located, makes it easy to find on a tourist map. North End is the "Italian section" of Boston. Hanover street at night. Freedom trail tour will take you through this and other historically significant parts of the city. Take a duck boat tour. Shopping on Newbury St. To eat, I'd suggest you get a lobster roll and have some fried clams. Italian food in the North End is good. You almost can't go wrong picking a restaurant there, but the ones with the longest lines is usually an indication of which are the best. For pizza, go the original Regina Pizzeria -, primarily for the experience. Just be aware that many places in the North End don't take reservations, they are small and service is first come first served. You could find yourself waiting outside on the sidewalk for 60+ minutes waiting for a table, which isn't fun when the polar vortex is in town, can be fun when the weather is good.


i think either one would be a good place to visit


New Orleans jazz music walk around through french quarter New Orleans.