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Boston Common Frog Pond
84 Beacon St, Boston, MA 02108
The Frog Pond is a public recreational space for individuals throughout the Boston area. This establishment offersMore various seasonal activities, such as a reflecting pool, spray pool, morning yoga and the carousel in the spring and summer, and ice skating during the winter. The pond is located at the heart of Boston Common, the oldest public park in the country, and easily accessible by public transportation on the Green Line, Red Line at Park Street and the Silver Line at the Boylston Street station. 
Beantown Trolley
800 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02199
It's easy to catch a ride on the Beantown Trolley. The big red San Francisco-style trolley stops at all major hotels andMore most sightseeing stops throughout Boston. With point-to-point shuttle service, you can hop on or off at any of the 20 stops along the tour.  Beantown Trolley is a function of Brush Hill Tours, a company founded in 1920 as a service bus line, which eventually branched out into sightseeing in 1981. Tickets can be purchased aboard the trolleys or at any one of several ticketing locations, including the interior of the Prudential Center just outside the Sheraton entrance. Trolleys can also be chartered for events such as weddings, parades and private events.