I have few questions for the experts. We are spending one week in Boston at the end of August and this is our 3rd trip, we just love the place and have explored the most of the city already, so this time we just want to relax and take it easy, although we are planning a day trip to Cape Cod, and planning to take a ferry for a day trip. I have seen that the prices are around $80 return per passenger, does anyone know is there a student discount available and discount to the serving military personnel?
Can anyone suggest a good place for a Sunday brunch close to our hotel (Omni Parker House), we usually get a bagel just down the road of our hotel on the weekday, but we would like to try proper American breakfast (scrambled eggs etc), so any suggestion/advice is welcomed. As a military man my self, I would like to visit some gun shops and do some target practicing, are they any venues/shops within the Boston, as I am not aware of your state gun laws. I know that there was one shop in Newbury street that was selling military kit/clothing and one opposite the Macy’s close to our hotel, arethey any other that you might know.
We are also thinking visiting the Providence for a day trip, is it worth it, as bus takes about 1hrs, just to see the city and walk around, check some shops, eat something etc. many thanks to all with the answers. And see you in Boston at the end of August.