I’ve got some bad news for Bostonians.
The city is a lot less touristy than it used to be.
I’ve written before about how the rise of the so-called ‘global economy’ has led to a reduction in the number of people visiting Boston.
And, according to the city’s Tourism Bureau, it’s a major cause of this: “Travel by automobile, air travel, or even by sea, has fallen by more than 60% since 2000.
While this is not a bad thing, the decline is not as dramatic as the decline in people visiting the city from abroad, which is attributed to the global economy.”
While the decline has been particularly pronounced for foreigners, there are other reasons why Bostonians are less likely to travel to other places in the world.
The main reason for this is the cost of living in Boston, a problem exacerbated by the cost-of-living increases in many of the citys most expensive neighbourhoods.
In the suburbs, prices have gone up and rents have gone down.
And for many residents, the city has become a lot harder to reach by car.
For many, the cost has also led to an increase in the demand for travel agents.
And while it’s hard to pinpoint exactly why this has happened, the impact is clear: A recent report from research firm IHS Global Insight said that the proportion of travel agents operating in Boston increased from 5% in 2015 to 12% in 2017.
This is the first time in the city s history that we’ve seen a growth in this trend, according the report: From 2010 to 2017, the proportion rose from 3% to 12%.
And while there is still plenty of room for growth, Boston has made significant progress in reducing travel agent operating costs.
According to the Boston Tourism Bureau’s 2017 report, there were approximately 3,000 travel agents in the Boston area and there were nearly 2,000 of them in 2017, up from 1,000 in 2015.
It’s easy to see why this is a big deal: The cost of a flight from Boston to the US can be around $300, while an overnight stay can cost as little as $15.
This has meant that Bostonians have less of an incentive to go abroad to find the best deals.
But, the report also suggests that it’s not the only factor.
The Bureau has been able to identify three major factors that contribute to the decline: 1) Increased travel costs 2) Travel agent recruitment 3) Lower rates of foreign travel It seems clear that a combination of these factors is behind the trend.
The cost of driving has dropped significantly, which means that many people can afford to go out of their way to find flights that are more affordable.
And while the number and quality of flights to the USA is still relatively high, the average ticket price has also dropped by around 25% in recent years.
On top of this, many people are also choosing to stay longer at home, which has led many to find better hotel deals.
As the cost per person has gone up, so too has the cost to stay in hotels.
In some cases, this has led hotels to charge more for rooms that have been upgraded, resulting in a loss of revenue.
So, while the cost is rising, there is also a decline in the amount of people who are visiting the cities from abroad.
One of the biggest changes has been to the way that tourists interact with the city.
Travel agents are no longer a luxury for people who want to stay at home.
Instead, many visitors are taking advantage of this new world of travel to visit and experience Boston.
That’s good news for the city as a whole, but it’s also good news to those who want more flexibility in their travel.
There is some good news too.
According to the Tourism Bureau , in 2017 there were 6,000 people living in the Greater Boston area, up over 10% from 2016.
And in that same year, Boston also saw an increase of 8% in the proportion who identified as ‘global citizens’.
Boston is also the fastest growing major city in the country, with growth expected to continue for the next several years.
But this growth will come with its own set of challenges: Boston has some of the lowest average household incomes in the US, which are also among the highest in the nation.
While these issues are important to consider, it is also important to look at the broader picture: Since 2000, the population of Greater Boston has increased by over 300,000, which represents a growth rate of around 3.6% a year.
As of 2016, the region had an estimated population of 1.6 million people.
This growth will require a lot of infrastructure, but this is one of the cities most attractive asset classes, and the area has many potential attractions.
Bostonians are also much more