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Don't hibernate just yet! How will you spend your last snow-less days?

Posted by Alex Pearlman  December 4, 2011 09:39 AM

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boston snow winter.jpgThe forecast may be deceiving, but it is, in fact, December, and winter -- and, along with it, snow, sleet, ice, and the rest of the miserable weather -- may be here any day now. If that Halloween Weekend storm taught us anything, it’s that going outside throughout the next few months is going to be less than fun.

But the sun is still shining, so take your weekend, your lunch hour -- whatever free time you have -- to enjoy all that Boston has to offer before the flakes fall. Here are some recommendations from TNGG Boston staff and friends.

“Get some hot cider from Quincy Market and walk along the Boston Harbor.”
-- Nancy Hilliker

“Have a quickie outdoors.”
-- Kayla Brown

“Smell the last of the fallen leaves on a warm day. Go to the Arboretum. Jump into a pile of leaves. Find every bar that has a pumpkin beer and Octoberfest still!”
-- Kerry Molloy

“Take a walk along the Esplanade and pick out which ritzy Cambridge apartment building you’d want to live in. Or head over to Memorial Drive and check out the Boston skyline -- preferably at night.”
-- Angela Stefano

“Find a rooftop to dine on and enjoy the skyline before the city's glorious roof decks can only be used to build igloos.”
-- Alex Pearlman

“Get the F out of Boston!”
-- Eleanor Dowling

What would you recommend Bostonians do before winter arrives?

Photo by zacharmstrong (Flickr)

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