Cognitive Dissonance

"Democracy! Bah! When I hear that I reach for my feather boa!" - Allen Ginsberg

  1. seaglassandstormclouds said: go to the north end. get a burger from mr bartleys and a cannoli from mikes pastries. then go explore the new england aquarium and walk the freedom trail :)
  2. aeli-noir said: hit up copley on the green and have a ball. seriously :)
  3. somuchdependsupon said: If you go to the North End, don’t bother with Mike’s Pastry. Instead, go to Modern Pastry - it’s around the corner, and it’s WAY better (and less crowded).
  4. absquatulate said: The North end is a great spot: excellent Italian neighborhood with history to boot. A trip to the top of the Prudenrial bldg for great views. A trip on the duck boats (very tourist, but fun!) shopping on Newbury St. Tour the statehouse.
  5. shitberries said: Get the best sandwich in the world at Al’s Deli in Mission Hill. It’s on Tremont about halfway between the Roxbury Crossing stop on the Orange and Brigham Circle on the Green E. He’s kinda slow, but it’s worth it and it’ll keep you full all day.
  6. alackof-color said: Visit Chinatown! There’s some really good eats down there :)
  7. wwwfreshwaterpearlsblogspotcom reblogged this from cognitivedissonance and added:
    Hey there…I’ve been all over the Country and that very philosophy served me just fine…oh, plus my bike ;->
  8. ideologyglasses said: Oh! There’s this art museum run by MIT, they had some excellent machine sculpture last time I was there.
  9. birdsy-purplefishes said: Say hello to the duck statue for me.
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