i guess it depends what your thing is - the common is always nice to walk through, you can walk newbury st and hit the shops. fanuel hall seems to attract a lot of people on a saturday its swamped...aquarium, the constitutuion, bunker hill monument are a few favorites...top of the prudential building for a nice view. if you are staying the night you can hit the north end for the best italian around
Skip the sam adams brewery and go to the harpoon brewery, if i remember right it was 5 bucks bucks and all the free sample beers you can drink at the end of it!!
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You could goto Quincy market and check all that touristy junk out, they also just put in the ride share bicycles and go for a ride along the charles and down to science park and beacon. Also check out bodega ( http://maps.google.com/maps/place?q=...37784333894620) .
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-get your picture taken infront of Cheers
-north end: restaurante saraceno (higher quality italian for olive garden prices)
-fanuiel hall / quincy market: tons of touristy shops, but also lots of good restaurants and bars / nightlife
-if you like history, you should find a big list of stuff like the boston massacre site, the granary burial ground (sam adams, john hancock, paul revere are buried there), paul revere's house, boston tea party, the USS Constitution, old north church, bunker hill monument, etc etc etc
-you can see where all the boston crime movies were filmed like the departed, boondock saints, the town, mystic river...