User Perspective: Visiting Boston with Oxygen

Boston, Massachusetts is one of the biggest and most popular cities in the United States, with a reputation for a being both upscale and a little rough around the edges. Just like New York, it's a very diverse city, with people coming in from all over the country and the world. Like many people, you might have Boston on your list of must-see cities, even if you only end up going once in your life. If you're using portable oxygen, there's no reason why you shouldn't be able to visit this exciting and historic city.

If you're thinking about visiting Boston and require oxygen therapy; the best thing to do would be to get advice from someone who doesn't only live there, but who also uses a portable oxygen concentrator. Ruby O. has lived in Boston since she was a teenager and she is now 65 and using a portable oxygen concentrator. She has some must-see destinations to suggest, as well as advice for using your oxygen concentrator.

My husband and I had to go to as many baseball games as we could throughout his life, and Fenway is one of my most favorite places to be. It's exciting just to be there when a game is going on, even if you're not a huge baseball or Red Sox fan. I go there now with my kids and grandkids for games, with my SimplyGo.

I always bring an extra battery in my bag, because you never know when a game might go on for longer than you expected. You don't want to be stuck anywhere with a low battery, and you're not done with your dosage! At any rate, you have to visit Fenway even if it's to experience this historic and famous landmark.

You have to go out for a beer with your friends or adult members of your family. For some culture and amazing wine, beer and coattails, go to Deep Ellum in Allston in west Boston. This is a double delight if you love some tacos and tequila, at the taco joint next door. Tacos are great to eat if you've had a few drinks, just make sure you don't overdo it!

I keep my SimplyGo safely tucked under my table, so it's not tripped over and so nothing gets spilled on it. It's so small and quiet it goes well unnoticed. I suggest doing the same with any other portable oxygen concentrator. They're all small enough so that they can be kept out of the way of getting damaged while you're out and about.

As a newcomer, you'll also need to visit either the Boston Public Garden, or if the weather doesn't permit, the Museum of Fine Arts. I would recommend coming here in the fall. The Public Garden has many different types of trees, and it's just a beautiful sight when then leaves are all changing before they fall off the trees. October or May are two of the best times of the year to visit, or over the summer.

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