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Are Boston Taxis Expensive?

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My wife and I will be visiting Boston for the first time in September of this year.

We're staying at two downtown hotels: Hilton Faneuil Hall & InterContinental.

We will not have a car.

I'm starting to research restaurants and many that I'm interested in are 1-3 miles from our hotels.

How are the taxis in Boston? Are they plentiful? Are they expensive?

We do not use taxis much (at all), so I'm a bit "un-educated" on them. I just didn't know if this would be a valid option for us.

Thanks for your help!

Robbie

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