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Cambridge: Harvard University Map

Cambridge: Harvard University Map

Walking distances are shorter than you imagine. Harvard is centrally located – a 20-minute walk leads to lunch, exploration, relaxation, and services for your errands. This map indicates 5-minute walking increments. It helps you plan your route to work, a meeting, or lunch and lets you estimate how long the walk will be. Combine walking with the MBTA. Use transit one-way, walk the other way. Get off a stop early and walk the rest of the way. Discover your surroundings & community. The Harvard campus and its Cambridge setting are complex and interesting. Find a destination where you see new things, and walk there.

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Malden Walking Map

Malden Walking Map

Walking in Malden is easy and fun; the more you walk, the more beneficial it is to your heart and soul. One hour of brisk walking can add two hours to your life [American Heart Association]. Malden has many opportunities to walk. Neighborhoods are close together, retail areas are easy to find, safe sidewalks are abundant, and there’s a great deal to see. The map shows 4, 5, and 8-minute incremental walks within Malden. This will help you to plan your twenty-minute daily walk.

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Boston: Walk to the Democratic National Convention 2004 Map

Boston: Walk to the Democratic National Convention 2004 Map

Walk America’s Walking City No doubt you’ll want to see and do a lot while in Boston, so here’s important advice: the easiest, most pleasant and least stressful way to enjoy the city is on foot. WalkBoston, as a member of the Coalition for Environmentally Responsible Conventions (CERC), created this guide to encourage DNC delegates and visitors to travel on foot and by public transportation. Shown on the map are most major hotels and a recommended walking route to the FleetCenter. Also noted are some must-see tourist attractions, along with just a few of Boston’s unique and charming neighborhoods including the Back Bay, Beacon Hill, the North End, and the South End.

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Riverpaths of Everett, Somerville and Medford Walking Map

Riverpaths of Everett, Somerville and Medford Walking Map

The walk begins at the Orange Line Wellington Station. The route is roughly 4 miles and ends at the Orange Line Sullivan Square Station.

The Mystic River gets its name from the Indian word Misi-Tuk for Great Tidal River. In colonial times the settlers saw that the Mystic was deeper than the Charles and water-dependent industry sprang up on its banks. With Boston’s 9 foot tidal range, the tide would run all the way up to the Mystic Lakes. For over 200 years, residents relied on the tide to wash wastes out to sea. The river’s industries left a legacy of a stew of chemicals that settled to the bottom. The original riverbeds were diverted over the centuries for industry, homes and highways. What you see today, both the good and the bad, are the starting points for reclaiming our rivers.

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