Run, Don’t Walk to Boston With ManAboutWorld

By @ 10/09/12 in Gay travel, ManAboutWorld, Travel

Don we now our gay apparel for the 13th annual Santa Speedo Run in Boston

We love Boston in the fall.

Colleges are buzzing with youthful energy, the city’s lush green treescape bursts into a riot of red, orange and yellow and, though days are getting shorter, they’re often warm followed by crisp evenings. Here are a couple of snippets from our  Boston article in the current issue of ManAboutWorld, available on the AppStore.

Like your men tall, handsome, muscular and brainy? Thought so! Grab your blanket and your surreptitiously hidden bottle of White Italian Burgundy and set up on Boston’s Esplanade (along the Charles River) to watch any number of the 55 racing events during the famous annual Head of the Charles rowing regatta October 20-21. In case it’s a chilly or inclement day, it’s worth $90 for a day pass to the Eliot Bridge Enclosure in Cambridge. You’ll have closer views of the athletes and boats, access to a cash bar, and you’ll get to hobnob with real Harvardians.

Where to stay
A darling inn with airy windows peering onto calm, tree-lined streets, the Inn at St Botolph lends a more residential feel to your visit, an air of comfort and home that other downtown luxury hotels can’t match. This is on of our favorite place to come for a cozy, quintessential New England visit. Another favorite is the gay-owned Clarendon Square Inn located in an 1867 townhouse on a charming tree-lined street in Boston’s South End. Design and architecture queens will love the clean, modern finishes and furnishings. This is the type of house you can’t walk by and not feel a bit envious you don’t live in it. Note that it’s a walk up.

Our editor is a Beantown native so you can be sure the rest of our recommendations are timely and very insider. Download the October issue here and enjoy it free of charge. If you like it, we hope you’ll remain as a subscriber.

 

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