Having come to Boston like so many other young adults to go to college, I found Boston was more like a large town but with all the amenities of a larger city. With a vibrant history dating back to the early European settlers and the American Revolution, Boston has developed into a world-renowned and respected city for its financial and academic institutions as well as its reputable healthcare, biotech, and hi-tech sectors along with its museums, arts, and culture and restaurants fueled by a regular influx of college students, and of course a love for the local professional world champion sports teams of the New England Patriots, the Boston Red Sox, and the Boston Bruins.
Boston is a city created by immigrants and diverse cultures and is not without its problems but is a progressive community of diverse peoples who continue to address and solve its social and economic disparities.
The major problem I have with Boston is that it's an expensive city to live in and Winter lasts 3 months too long. By mid-March, we are definitely ready for warmer days and time at the local beaches which surround Boston and its northern and southern coastlines.