Courtyard Boston Brookline
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... head off to one of Meg's hangouts..Trident, a bookstore/coffee shop/restaurant. Always ready for coffee and books! We grab a cup and begin to peruse the bookstore. Of course you already know e cannot buy anything, but Meg finds the Maltese Falcon, a good addition to any collection. Another successful trip! Erin and Meg need another Lobster Roll so Erin finds another Boston Chowda just minutes away. Turns out it's in a ...
... some good photo ideas as well as lots of historical information. We liked the tour so much we booked her afternoon tour of the Freedom trail too. Between tours, Tom and I wandered down the beautiful residential streets, then through the gorgeous public park back to the start of the Freedom trail. Gorgeous walk on a sunny and unseasonably warm day. When I say warm, I'm still wearing thermals, a fleece and a jacket.... but I didn't need gloves or a hat today. Our second tour, ...
... of old & new architecture is really well done and makes for a really interesting vibrant city. I always like it when locals work & shop in the areas we visit, it makes for a more authentic livable city and I give Boston full marks for walkability!! I've included some photos below of the buildings so you can see some of the beautiful old buildings we passed on our walk.
... about travel advisories and visa requirements in Kenya, Tanzania, China, Russia, Israel and Morocco, and book our flights. The three 2 1/2 week trips we planned will take us face to face with natural wonders of the world, habitats at risk, rampant population growth, clashes of cultures and the continuing spread of global terrorism. These are the global challenges that our kids will face as they inherit the mantle of the next generation of Americans trying to make the world a better ...
... was originally wood and then plated in copper by none other than Paul Revere. Overall, though, the interior is less impressive than many state capitols constructed later, but the Senate chamber is very elaborate.
The State House is at the top of Beacon Hill and faces Boston Commons, the end of the Freedom Trail and America’s oldest public park, used by Bostonians until 1830 for grazing cattle. The rest of the Beacon Hill neighborhood spills down the hill ...