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... halls and churches surrounding the yard. There is one statue of John Harvard near the entrance of a hall and there is a very long line to get a picture with him.
Very near to Harvard is the Longfellow House, which once housed George Washington. I thought this was pretty interesting. George Washington only lived here for about a year. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow was a famous poet who ...
... it back aboard and throw it again if you like. You the return to the dock and learn more about the individuals who participated in the tea party. One guy got hit on the head by a tea create and we thought to be dead. His friends laid him aside planning to collect his body the next day. They found he had woken up with a headache but was very much alive. Inside the museum they have several high tech holograms of characters from the tea party and revolutionary war. They are ...
... the first shots against the British were actually ordered. Independence was proclaimed for the first 13 colonies on 4 Jul 1776, 15 months after the first shots were fired at Lexington, Boston. However, the War of Independence then went on for a further 8 years, before complete Independence was achieved. A far cry from the 131 years taken for Australia to at least achieve Federation. Our photos and commentary give some insight into American history and perhaps ...
... The Center run a similar operation us at MaD (www.mad-uk.org). Programmes for 5-12yr olds and volunteering for 13+. Unlike us try run the after school programme 364 days a year (ours runs in school holiday) and its equates for a large proportion of the income. Like us they accept state welfare vouchers and subsidise places for those who fall out of the scheme but are in need. David explained to me the riverside area of Cambridge ...
... included a visit to the USS Constitution, see photos.
The Freedom Trail is a tourist trail which takes you through many interesting areas and past major historic landmarks throughout Boston.
On Friday we went to Harvard for a free tour. The interesting history and information provided by our guide Mark made it a worthwhile visit.
Sadly the weather ...
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