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Very nice brekky at a cafe just along the street. Excellent oatmeal with heaps of fruit on the side. Tacked the subway where a kind lady showed us how to buy tickets. No seniors' discount here. The Freedom walk is marked by a line of red bricks and there were hundreds walking it, some like us with info on a brochure, some in groups with costumed guides and numerous groups of school kids. It was a ...
The rain had stopped and it was a glorious Saturday in historic Plymouth. Everything around here has historic in front of it. Something to do with being settled in 1620 by the Pilgrims. We went to The Plimouth Plantation a few miles out of town. And no I didn't spell Plimouth wrong, that's how they spell it. It is a replicated village the same as the first settlers would have lived in with real people playing the roles of the settlers. You can talk to them and they reply ...
... br> We then continued our walk north, heading back to the apartment as we were now damn cold. On the way we clocked the train station we depart from tomorrow and the obelisk that marks the end of the freedom trail which we intend to walk today. And to Hayley's delight she got a selfie with a school bus, instigating her second road trip mission, school bus selfies in every city! Back in the warmth of our apartment the keys had been dropped off at last! ...
... Trail tells the story of the people, places and events that sparked the American Revolution against England and Bostons role in the making of a new nation. Another history lesson for us on a lovely sunny day!
Dedicated in 1843, The Bunkerhill Monument commemorates the first major battle of the Revolution on this site in 1775. We climbed the 194 steps to the top for a view of the city. Not ...
... the greenway, which is a park in the middle of the city, where we watched more kids (and adults alike) playing in the fountain that is set up right in downtown.A quick detour to the wharf before heading to quincy market to watch all of the street performers workin their magic, in particular bob at large, who is a street performer who has been on letterman and might as well be in cirque du soleil. Incredible!We then checked out fenueil hall and city ...