First thank you to all for information, tips, etc. Stayed at the Radisson, loved it. Took the breakfast, parking package. We weren't thrilled with the breakfast, so next time would just try to get the cheapest rate and just pay for parking and either bring something from home for breakfast (nice size fridge in room) or go to Dunkin Donuts or something nearby. We got there about 9:30 a.m. and our room was ready and we checked in. We had breakfast. We then went on the Old Towne Trolley. We spent the whole getting on and off the trolley at different stops. Took the tour at Fenway Park, really enjoyed it. Friday was quite cold. By dinner time we were exhausted (had woke up at 5:00 a.m.) so went right to dinner at Legal Seafood across from Radisson, very good. (If you're tired and don't feel like traveling around to look for a restaurant, there are plenty within a couple of blocks of hotel.) The next day it was raining a bit in morning, but off we went on the T to the Sam Adams brewery (love the T, very easy to use). Brewery was fun. Rain stopped and it got quite warm and humid. Stopped back to hotel to drop off the glasses the brewery gave us and take off a couple of layers. We then walked all around, Boston Common, Boston Gardens, Cheers, Faneuil Hall, Quincy Maket (went to an ice cream shop downstairs there, very expensive and not too good, went upstairs to look around, didn't realize all those food places were up there - so make sure and look there - don't miss it). Again exhausted by the time we got ourselves back to hotel. Rested, showered, went to go to Maggiano's (hour and 1/2 wait - yikes). Ended up eating at the Rustic Kitchen in the hotel, very good, husband loved the flat iron steak. Got a desert from Le Finale and ate it in our room. Left Boston 9:30 a.m. Got home about 12:45. No traffic either way (thank goodness) - only took a little over 3 hours each way - no one believes us. We loved Boston, there is so much to see, a weekend is certainly not enough. But it gives you a reason to go back which I look forward to. Also if there is a restaurant you definitely want to go to I guess you do need reservations to be safe.