Avery Dwyer (1992)

About me
I work in the travel industry and love to explore as much as possible, wherever I happen to be on the map. I enjoy videography and help produce a show for a local community television station about upcoming events happening in and around Boston, so I’m always digging around for new things to do and see in the area.

Having grown up north of Boston on what is called the “Northshore,” I can’t get enough of the ocean and the many great natural attractions that New England has to offer. Recently, I’ve discovered a budding interest in birds, so I try to get out and do some birdwatching whenever I can.

I eat mainly vegetarian by choice, and must adhere to a gluten free diet. I really enjoy seeking out restaurants that are friendly to a variety of diets and restrictions, and I hope to be of help to others who are in the same boat.

If I had to describe myself in one word, I would say that I’m curious. My hope is that my writing sparks curiosity in others and encourages them to get out there and explore!

Why Boston
Home to some of the top universities in the world, Boston is a truly kinetic city. With its diverse, ever-changing population of students and academics, this city is always looking forward, but remains grounded and informed by its roots.

As one of the hotbeds of activity in the American Revolution, that revolutionary spirit lives on as we cheer for our beloved sport teams, defend our Dunkin Donuts coffee to the death, and gather to discuss new ideas in science and technology.

Boston’s food scene, arts, and unique architecture attract visitors, but it’s the city’s scrappy, unrivaled character that keeps them coming back.

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