Boston! Wow! Well, here again, we didn't book a tour thru the cruise ship. When you disembark the ship there are cabs waiting to take you towards downtown. A cab ride to Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market etc., will cost about 13.00, but if you are willing, people will share. You can also walk to the bus stop and a bus ride to the Amtrak terminal is only 2.00. You can catch several hop on hop off type trolleys, most of which will include a free harbor cruise. for about 34.00 or so.. Some are willing to dicker, and will knock off $10 or $15 and drop the free cruise. One of my favorite restaurants is just outside the doors of Quincy Market, McCormick and Schmick's. We enjoyed a lovely, delicious lunch there and then did some shopping. There is a Harley Davidson shop with clothing etc., if you are into that kind of thing. There are some nice clothing and jewelry shops as well as the typical tourist kind of kiosks along the outside. Any of the hop on hop off trolleys give you plenty of history about the city. We made a stop at the USS Constitution and its free to tour the boat. You will have to go thru metal detectors there as it is still an operational US Navy base. There is a lot to do and see in Boston.. More than most people can do in a short cruise ship stop. So plan wisely and enjoy.