Whether you're keen on early American history, The Red Socks, or a good bowl of clam chowder or baked beans, the great city of Boston seems to have something for everybody. Boston is known for being both scholarly and great place for sports teams, with many things to see and do, you couldn't possibly see it all in a weeks time. This is why you can't bother with refillable oxygen tanks, which will only slow you down. If you are travel to and throughout the city of Boston, one of our portable oxygen concentrator rentals will give you the mobility and the oxygen therapy you need.
All of the portable oxygen concentrators we offer are approved by the FAA, but you will still need to do some forward planning before your trip. No less than 2 weeks before your flight, you will need to call the airline and let them know you will be bringing an oxygen concentrator with you.
They will tell you how much battery life they require you to bring with you on your flight, and you may also need to bring a statement from your doctor. You can then give us a call to pick out the portable oxygen concentrator rental that is right for you, as well as add the amount of batteries you will need for your flight.
Also, one of our sales representatives will help you decide on how many batteries you need, depending on how many hours out of the day you will be using it, and which setting it will be used. The amount of mobile time you need will be the same for everyone who wants to explore this large city, but we would need to keep your oxygen needs and battery duration in mind, so you can have the best time on your trip.
There really isn't a “best” time of year to visit Boston, since this city sees all four seasons without too much severity, although winters can be a little too cold for some. The summers are perfect, and autumn seems to see the most pleasant temperatures and the least amount of rain, on average. The best thing to do, would be to pack layers and prepare for rain by bringing an umbrella. Keep tabs on the weather daily.
If you came to “Athens of America” for the great learning experience, you'll need to check out the JFK library, The Museum of Fine Arts, and the Boston Museum of Science. If you brought the whole family with you, take them to the New England Aquarium, where you can get a glimpse of life in the Pacific reef, and even pet a sea star and some sting rays. On the same vein, you should check out the Franklin Park Zoo. For a good history refresher course on the American Revolution, head over to the Paul Revere House, or view the Bunker Hill Monument, which marks the site of the Battle of Bunker Hill.