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Boston - June - 2/3 day Itinerary Help

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As part of a trip to the USA in June 2013 a mate and I are coming to Boston for 2 or 3 nights. (Leaning towards 3 at this stage which should include 2 full days and maybe a half day) I have a bit of an idea of what I want to do, so am pretty much seeking some clarification of my plans. The 3 things I really want to do are:

1) Freedom Trail - I am looking at taking a guided tour to get some good relevant information on the way.

2) Fenway Park - Would like to do a tour as well as see a game. Not sure if they do tours on game day though?

3) Harvard - It looks as though they do student led tours of Harvard which sounds pretty good to hear about the history of the place. (Plus I might get to see where Walter has his lab in Fringe!!)

I am not keen on arts or museums, more looking at some USA/academic/sports history. Not sure if the Tea Party Museum is worthwhile.

Also wondering where would be best to stay for ease of access to the above and also possible nightlife.

Thanks for any suggestions.

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