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Cambridge is a cosmopolitan, eclectic, and energetic hotbed of science, biotech, education, and food. Directly across the Charles River from Boston itself, it seamlessly integrates with the Boston scene, but its history, people, and features clearly can stand on its own as one of America's leading cities.

Full of Revolutionary-era squares, pockets of ethnicities from East African to Latin American to Central European, the canvas of personality and people would be striking itself without even the firm footprints of Harvard and MIT.

Do not miss Harvard Square as the heartbeat of one of the world's most famous universities.  Do not miss Central Square - one T stop away - as a showcase of multi-ethnic dining and music, including the famous Middle East, home of 3 separate live stages showcasing local (and at times national) talent. 

Marvel at MIT along the banks of the Charles, home to some of the most groundbreaking technology, engineering and mathematical discovery in the world. Now add architecture to the mix with Frank Gehry's Stata Center at MIT, which opened in 2004 at a cost of $300 Million, and top it off with a collection of independent, boutique and luxury hotels.  Cambridge family friendly hotels are in abundance as well.

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