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... while surrounded by the city’s modern skyscrapers.
Instead of seeing (as I hoped) historic tea shops and tea factories for an excuse to have another cuppa, we passed churches, chapels, and meeting houses used by the colonists in the 1770's to protest against the British Government's taxation policies on its American colonies.
We were starting to ...
... part of the larger area which is referred to as Harvard Yard), which sat between the Memorial Church and the Widener Library (built in honour of and with funding from Harry Elkins Widener, who gave up his seat in a lifeboat on the Titanic so that he could go back to grab another book – note that this was before the days of the I-Cloud when Marion would have had her copy backed up).
We then went on ...
... of it. We had lunch in an Italian restaurant and it was probably one of the best Italian restaurant I've ever been to, no exaggeration. After the graveyard my parents wanted to go in antique shops. I didnt like that either! It was pretty boring :( We took the bus back to the hotel and got some dinner. We went to a place in the hotel for dinner. They had the best iced tea!! After dinner we went back to the room and had some dessert. Well today was busy, Cya, Emily ...
... the Christian Science church HQ. This building is of cathedral proportions with surrounding fountains. Pic 1 & 2. Boston is home to music (Boston symphony and prestigious schools for music) learning and technology, (Harvard, MIT and more), IT (Microsoft, Google and others have important presence here) and of course baseball ( Red Sox) -saw Fenway Park Dwayne- and all kinds of history. A recent mayor served 8 terms and there is cleanliness, order and prosperity apparent ...
... the stadium for free! After Fenway Park it was time to meet our Freedom Trail Tour guide at the Boston Commons. He was a patriot named George Wright and was a cabinet maker by trade. He shares a little bit more about himself in his video that we posted. The park was established in 1634 by William Blackstone and was originally named after him. That is until he was chased off by puritans in the area that took over his land and used it as common grounds to ...