Boston is one of America’s treasures. Rich with history, the arts, and an abundance of top tier universities, Boston is a multifaceted, enchanting city. From the harbor, take the historic cruise for an overview of Boston’s development as a seaport city and her centuries of architectural landmarks. Faneuil Hall Marketplace has been the bustling heartbeat of Boston for three centuries while steps away are historic landmarks such as the Old South Meeting House where colonists repealed the tax on tea. Climb the same Old North Church steps that our Founding Fathers climbed to flash two lanterns that the British army was arriving by sea, and the event that is memorialized in “The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere.” The Boston Museum of Fine Arts remains one of the best museums in the country for both the permanent collections and traveling exhibitions. Take a stroll through Boston Public Garden before dinner at one of Boston’s many renowned seafood restaurants. My perennial favorite Boston restaurant is Sorellina – a superbly elegant Italian restaurant in Boston’s tony Back Bay. The Langham Hotel is discreet and perfect for a discerning client while the historic Lenox Hotel welcomes guests with songs of Frank Sinatra in the intimate lobby that feels like a library. Whether old or young; a history buff or a foodie; Boston offers a multitude of places and activities to inspire.