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About Otto, Boston
Otto is a masculine German given name. It originates as an Old High German short form (variants Audo, Odo, Udo) of Germanic names beginning in aud-, an element meaning "wealth, prosperity". The name is recorded from the 7th century (Odo, son of Uro, courtier of Sigebert III). It was the name of three 10th-century German kings, the first of whom was Otto I the Great, the first Holy Roman Emperor, founder of the Ottonian dynasty. The Gothic form of the prefix was auda- (as in e.g. Audaþius), the Anglo-Saxon form was ead- (as in e.g. Eadmund), the Old Norse form was auð-. The given name Otis arose from an English surname, which was in turn derived from Ode, a variant form of Odo, Otto. Due to Otto von Bismarck, the given name Otto was strongly associated with the German Empire in the later 19th century. It was comparatively frequently given in the United States (presumably in German American families) during the 1880s to 1890s, remaining in the top 100 most popular masculine given names in the US throughout 1880–1898, but its popularity decreased significantly after 1900 with increasing anti-German sentiment leading up to World War I; it fell below rank 200 in 1919, below rank 500 in 1947, and below rank 1000 in 1975; it re-entered the top-1000 most popular given names in the US only in the 2010s, ranking 696th as of 2013.Wikipedia
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This fascinating historical day trip from Boston takes you to the famous nearby Massachusetts cities of Cambridge, Lexington and Concord. Journey along the Battle Road Trail, follow the route Paul Revere took, and visit Harvard Yard and Cambridge Common, both US National Historic Landmarks. Youâll also stand on legendary Lexington Battle Green â the site of the infamous Battle of Lexington â and pass the homes of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Ralph Waldo Emerson and Louisa May Alcott. Your expert guide will teach you all about this areaâs prominent role in the Revolutionary War and the Civil War while taking you to the citiesâ most famous sights and off-the-beaten path locales.
On this day trip from Boston to Rhode Island, view the gilded mansions, million-dollar yachts and gorgeous beaches of Newport, home to the famous Newport Mansions. Enjoy the beauty of this fabulous New England summer resort as you travel along Ocean Drive (10-Mile Drive), and stop to take walking tours of breathtaking Marble House and The Breakers, two grand, historic mansions once owned by the famous Vanderbilt family. Stroll along the Newport waterfront for free time to shop and dine as you please, and learn about the city's history, colonial heritage, culture and architecture from your knowledgeable guide.
Capture the beautiful scenery of the New England coast on this luxury coach tour from Boston, affording postcard-worthy views of beaches, harbors, wetlands, rugged cliffs and lighthouses. Travel north through North Shore and along the rocky coast of Maine, stopping in the quaint town of Kennebunkport for lunch and free time to walk around. In York, visit famous Nubble Light (the Cape Neddick Lighthouse), one of the most iconic lighthouses in the country, and then view President Bush's summer home from Walker Point.
Marvel at the spectacular New England countryside on this scenic fall foliage tour from Boston. Bring your camera along for a drive east among gently rolling hills to small towns in Massachusetts and New Hampshire dotted with age-old taverns, colonial churches, farms and prairies, all featuring a beautiful display of autumnâs stunning colors. Visit Willard Brook State Forest, explore a quaint New England tavern nestled among the mountains, and enjoy a guided visit of an apple orchard to see how local cider is made. Your guide will navigate fall's changing colors as you tour across Boston, making stops in quiet New England towns along the way for you to capture photos of the brilliant landscape.
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Probably the best pizza I've ever had, it combination of flavors and texture of the crust is so impressive and soothing for some reason. But anyways I recommend this place to anybody. Its pizza price is average, and its amazing! 😉
This place is amazing - a Boston staple. It's located very conveniently (across from Harvard yard), and their slices have the most interesting and delicious flavor combinations. Some of the best pizza I've had. I always come here when visiting Boston.
Great pizza for a quick stop. In and out with some outdoor tables to sit at. Get the roasted red pepper and garlic pizza, you won't be disappointed.
There pizza slices are amazing. Love the Ricotta and white bean pizza. They have outdoor seating during summers.
Very unique flavor profiles can be found via Otto's Pizza. Awesome service and draft selections. A bit pricey, but completely worth it. The ideal meeting ground for picky and adventurous eaters if you're in the Boston area.
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