Beacon Hill Hotel and Bistro
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... where they were currently restoring several locomotives that were both steam and diesel. They had restored the original roundhouse and back shops. Pretty cool!
We drove on to Foxboro, MA. We took the scenic route (our new word for being lost). We arrived at Normandy Farms RV Park and decided we needed to slow down a bit. Well…there are 4 pools and 3 hot tubs…that might ...
... I can laugh at them because they are trying to hide their identities which they do not have to do, Boston accents sound awesome.
Given that I have been in "Boston" for about half of my three days at this point without ever seeing the Harbor, I decided the next path would be to check that out. Took a quick bus ride back to the room for a quick shower and to find a dinner spot on the bay. This is the point where I realized that I already ...
After strolling through the park and the Common I ventured towards the start of The Freedom Trail - an historical walk which covers about 21/2 miles of various sites.
Only really got started on this before I had to head back in the other direction before 10:am , just in case there was a queue for the tour tickets. Got there about 9:20 am, only ...
... Our next stop was Faneuil Hall, which served as a market-place and meeting hall since 1742. It became the first town hall in Boston leading up to the American Revolution. The interior was rebuilt in 1761 after a fire. The Declaration of Independence was read at Faneuil Hall on July 18, 1776, A giant painting above the stage depicts people important to the Union.
We walked the market area, then ...
... City. We climbed up the 108 and through the mountain pass of Smugglers Notch through Cambridge and Jericho en route to the city of Burlington. Taking in a couple more covered bridges the leaf peeping was particularly good perhaps because we reached lower levels. Burlington, though a city, is well spread, traffic light-rich and low key. It feels like a small town in need of a wake up. Nonetheless it's situation is beautiful -on the banks of Lake Camplain looking across the Adirondacks ...