Runners share their favorite things to do in Boston ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page AP Photo/Charles Krupa Ryan Hall favors Dunkin’ Donuts for coffee and Sorella’s in Jamaica Plain for breakfast. Jodi Hilton for The New York Times Hall visited the Bunker Hill Monument as a schoolboy. Andy Lyons/Getty Images The Back Bay, Public Garden, and Boston Common were always special places for three-time Olympian Shalane Flanagan while growing up in Marblehead. David L Ryan/Globe staff Flanagan said she loved showing her husband the Swan Boats. Scott Woolwine Photo Not surprisingly, the Charles River is the most popular attraction for top marathoners, letting them train and get a sense of the city. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Olympian Guor Marial had hoped to visit the Museum of Science before an injury struck and forced him out of the marathon. AP Photo/Seth Wenig Meb Keflezighi, third place finisher in the 2006 Boston Marathon, goes for ethnic food. MARK J. TERRILL Keflezighi also made the popular tourist trek to the original Cheers bar.