Ames Boston Hotel
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... roll thing filled with seafood chow which I sure would taste good if you liked seafood and gluten. Boston common park: saw some kind of parade outside the new state house. The park had ice skating and reminded me a bit of a mini Central Park. Bunker hill monument: literally just walked there and took a picture. Not much else to do given it was closed. Tea party ship tour: the actors that work there love their job. In full costume they pretend you are ...
Yesterday was a travel day; checking out of the Paris Hotel in the morning to get our midday flight to Boston, being only 4.5 hours but the time zone difference meant we checked into our Boston hotel at 9.30pm. Waking up to an un-decorated hotel room on Christmas morning was a little disappointing, and with minimal shops open, our Christmas spirit was sub-par but we went out to explore anyway. Catching the train to the middle of the Freedom Trail, we walked the southern half of ...
... hotel at 9 am the next morning. The weekend was a blast though so it was definitely worth it. It was so sad to see them all leave but I can't wait until they come back to visit again.
Another thing that happened over parent's weekend was that I met up with a voice teacher. I was missing singing so much and my mom noticed that it was affecting me. So as part of my birthday gift, my parents decided to pay for voice lessons for me. I got set up with a teacher not too ...
... gathers and farming with a matriarchal structure. Next further into the Plantation and on to a 1627 village recreaton with locals in roles of the time. The challenge of the idea of colonisation was apparent. Many were separatists who followed Protestantism in a pure sense, though many were not. The real motivation of the colonists was to move from England to a land of opportunity, investing the little they had and 7 years of labour (more it turned out) to become land ...
... winds through downtown and brings you through mostly the North End before completing at the Bunker Hill Monument.
I visited all of them on separate layovers because it is exhausting. I think if you plan on going on vacation here. Give yourself at least two days to see all of them. The trail includes 17 stops:
1. Boston Common
2. Mass State House
3. Park St Church
4. Granary Burying Ground
5. King's Chapel
6. King's ...