Super Travel Bowl: Seattle vs. Boston

From well-known landmarks to iconic foods, the home cities of the 2 Super Bowl teams — Seattle and New England — have much more to offer than just football.
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Stadium vs. Stadium

The Seattle Seahawks play their home games at CenturyLink Field, just south of downtown Seattle. The $360-million facility includes a roof that protects about 70% of the 72,000 seats available in stadium. Owners claim that the stadium has the largest executive suites in professional sports. You make the call!

Stadium vs. Stadium

Head to the Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA -- just 33 miles from downtown Boston -- to see the New England Patriots play their home games. The 1.9 million-square foot stadium has 68,756 seats, including 6,000 club seats and 2,000 suite seats. According to the Stadium’s website, every seat in Gillette Stadium is focused toward midfield to provide optimum sight lines for Patriot fans.

Museum vs. Museum

The Seattle Art Museum, also commonly referred to as "SAM," opened its doors in 1933 and has just about 25,000 pieces in it’s collection. Although the museum is closed Mondays -and Tuesdays, you can get your fix of modern and ethnic art the other 5 days of the week.

Museum vs. Museum

Boston's Museum of Fine Arts is one of the largest museums in the United States. Attracting more than 1 million visitors per year, this museum is one of the most visited art museums in the world.

Iconic Food vs. Iconic Food

Although Seattle is the birthplace of the Starbucks coffee craze, it’s also known for having some of the freshest seafood in the country.

Iconic Food vs. Iconic Food

Boston is known for having some of the best clam chowder in New England.

Shopping vs. Shopping

From Pike Place Market to the city’s 12 neighborhoods, downtown Seattle is home to more than 1,000 retailers both big and small.

Shopping vs. Shopping

Located in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood, Newbury Street has been a trendy shopping spot for Bostonians since the late 1970s.

Transportation vs. Transportation

With 13 stops, the Central Link light rail travels from Sea-Tac Airport to downtown Seattle.

Transportation vs. Transportation

Boston’s MBTA, better known as The T.

Park vs. Park

Olympic National Park is a must-see. Just a short ferry ride from Seattle, the park encompasses 6,000 square miles of snowcapped peaks, lush forests and emerald lakes.

Park vs. Park

Going all the way back to 1634, the Boston Common is the oldest city park in the United States. It consists of 50 acres of land, including the famous “Emerald Necklace” of parks that extends from Common south to Roxbury.

Sports Bar vs. Sports Bar

With 28 HDTVs, several beers on tap and tasty bar food, Dub Pub is the premier destination on the Eastside to watch your favorite team on football Sundays.

Sports Bar vs. Sports Bar

Owned by and named after the legendary Red Sox color commentator, Jerry Remy, Jerry's features 2 "Big Monster" 11-foot TV screens, as well as more 36-inch flat screens then you know what to do with. And we can’t forget the great food.

Landmark vs. Landmark

The 604-foot structure was built in 1962 for the Seattle World’s Fair and has been one of the Pacific Northwest’s most iconic structures ever since.

Landmark vs. Landmark

The Paul Revere statue outside of the Old North Church in Boston’s North End, where the famous "1 if by land, and 2 if by sea" signal was sent.

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