The Union Park Guest House
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I had to change hostel today cuz the one in town was full. It had a pretty **** vibe anyway. It felt more like a prison than a hostel. Only problem was, my new hostel was miles away. They ran a shuttle from the nearest train station tho, a small win i guess.I checked in, and instantly it felt nicer. I had made plans to meet up with jennys cousin joe, who lives in the area, so when i got settled i headed to meet him in town. Our first plan was to finish ...
A busy 12 hour day touring in the city. We started in the North end at Charlestown Navy yard and toured the USS Cassin Young - destroyer and Old Ironsides the USS Constitution and museum. Then off to the Science Museum for the afternoon. Liked Hall of human body, grossology, and saw electricity show with Tesla Coils.
Ended a fun day with a Duck tour of Boston streets ...
... the Paul Revere House. Paul Revere lived here during the American Revolution and now it is used as a museum. It was still early in the morning when we got here. The museum was not open yet, so we didn't visit it. The next stop was the Old North church. This church is the oldest church in Boston. Many famous people came to this church including Paul Revere, US President Gerald Ford and even Queen Elizabeth II. Gerald Ford gave a famous speech in ...
Sad to leave our lovely bunk room in the International Youth Hostel and set off for another walking route through Boston to Fenway Stadium for the game.
We went through the Formal Gardens of Boston that have bronze Mother duck and ducklings. Toddlers were queueing up by standing over the babies and working up to the mother for the photo opportunity. Ruth was too bashful so mum took her place and got the shot.
Onwards through Back Bay- interesting use ...
... part of the experience at the pier was a live Scottish bag-pipe band that came through the streets as we walked to the restaurant. They were actually members of the Massachusetts state police. I love the sound of the bag-pipes and their unique kilts. After dinner, we made the hour drive back to the campground. Holly was so excited to see us! It was time to write the blog, watch some television and get ready for ...