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... stop to be the place where they landed. It is on west end of Commercial (main street) at a round-a-bout. I told Phil where I thought it was but he wasn’t sure I could be right so we went into town on the east end and drove the 3 miles through the narrow and tourist and car crowded one lane one way street till we finally arrived at the round-a-bout------at the entrance to the Providence Inn, where we are staying! Later out to dinner at ...
... and the fact that the Americans were not represented in Parliament. We arrived in the centre of Boston via the ships shuttle bus and immediately felt at ease in the City. It is about one fifth of the size of New York and the centre is small enough to be got around on foot so we embarked on the Freedom Trail which takes in all of the important sites related not only to the civil uprising against British rule but also the fight ...
... Market is a converted historic building full of character but also full of every food stall you can imagine. Clutching Pizza we sit on the steps outside and I manage to roll a "spicy Italian meat ball" down my shorts......cool. Pressing on we walk through manicured parks, upscale shopping streets and eventually end up back at our starting point ....the mall where we unceremoniously get ready for the superb sunset cruise up the Charles River sipping wine and ...
... on the Freedom Trail historic sites, one on the Museum of Fine Arts,
and this one covering other parts of town. The photos are from two visits, one
in July 2014 and one for my brother’s wedding in November 2013. This everything
else includes wanders along the waterfront and Financial District, Copley
Square and Back Bay, the new Seaport District and the JFK Presidential Library
in South Boston.
Central Boston is rather small and on ...
After stopping by Burger King for my $2.00 Snack Wrap (sometimes you have to make embarrassing purchases in the name of budget travel), I found a chair with a footrest. Ah, relaxation…except for the fact that there were Portuguese children running up and down the terminal, onto the seats, and were screaming at each other. Other passengers and I just looked at them with a “Really?” ...