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What is Boston like? Is it a good place to live?

Considering ...: ( I found these topics on someone else's question when i was looking around ...sorry about taking them ) Climate Living Areas Type of City Cleaniness Crime Rates The People of the City Diversity Environment Expenses Schools Shopping Food/Restaurants Jobs (Ability of Jobs) Easy to Get Around ETC. ETC. ETC. ETC. ETC. ETC. Please add more things if you want Tell me EVERYTHING you know lol

Asked By: Sunshine - 6/2/2007
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Answered By: Barbara H - 6/2/2007
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Fly there, look around...then decide.
Answered By: Mary Catherine - 6/2/2007
 
i don't live there but my great great grandfather was Governor of Massachusetts but he isn't alive anymore....
Answered By: Futurewwediva - 6/3/2007
 
New England has the most unpredictable weather in the United States. Some days it's 98 degrees Fahrenheit and sunny, and the next day it could be 56 degrees Fahrenheit and raining. Try to pack for all sorts of weather, besides snow. I'd say that 1/4 of Boston is extremely pleasant, 1/2 is average, and another fourth... More
Answered By: Streia - 6/3/2007
 
it's so busy and full of lifee! there's all 4 seasons but winter seems to stay the longest, very very pretty at christmas. faneuil hall = best shopping place ever. lots of apartments, busy and they say we have the worst drivers ever here (i beg to differ, leaving a high school parking lot is much worse.) high crime... More
Answered By: bay - 6/3/2007
 
OK well BOSTON is AWESOME there is alot to do and its a great place to live but driving is horrible althouhg i see alot of people walking and on bikes and alot of taxis id say HELL YA MOVE OVER HERE MAN!
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Answered By: moira o - 6/5/2007
 
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