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... and the graves of John Hancock, Paul Revere, James Otis, Samuel Adams, Robert Treat Paine, victims of the Boston Massacre, and many who were not so famous. Park Street Church has a tradition of being in the forefront of many liberal ideals. The hymn "America" was first sung there and it was the site of William Lloyd Garrison first antislavery speech. A look to the right brought the New State House into view and ...
... and the Feeding and Swallowing clinic (Tuesday). Today however is Sunday, time for sightseeing. It was a lovely hot sunny day. Had lobster rolls for lunch on the long wharf. Watched the seals outside the aquarium. Caught the sightseeing trolly bus the see the top sights. Wandered around the common and on parts of the Freedom trail and had a blueberry beer at the Cheers bar. The apartment is in the North end, also referred to as little Italy so grabbed a pizza on the way ...
... stuffed from dinner, we headed over to the supermarket to get some food for breakfast before heading back to the hotel. Once we got back, again we had the debate about when to pack, as we were instructed to be in the lobby by 8.15am tomorrow for our trip to New York. We decided that 8.15am was enough time to get up, eat, as well as pack, so it's time for bed now so we can get up at the crack of dawn to get everything done (you really would think we'd have learnt by now). Peace out from Boston ...
... the Old North Church and Paul Revere's house. RJ
The city has brick and cobblestone streets. Ben Franklin's parents are buried here but Phila has Ben!! Tour guide was excellent. The guide is 6 ft. 4 and very animated.This could be Ryan in a few years? !!! LJ
Embarked on a 90 minute walking tour on 11 ...
... We finished the day at the Boston Tea Party Museum for an interactive account of an event that changed history.
The students' bags are packed, and they are sleeping soundly. Everyone has had a spectacular time, but we know they are ready to see all of you tomorrow at the Crane parking lot at approximately 1:00 PM. You will receive a message once we have landed at LAX.
Fare thee well,