Courtyard by Marriott Boston Natick
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We woke up the next morning, ready to take on Boston! We brought the Westy back to the garage for its check up and then went to the library to do a little bit of work before heading into Boston. We took the train right into the heart of the city which was so much easier then driving, took the same amount of time and cost the same as parking. We started our tour of the city at the Boston Common and the Public Gardens. The gardens are really pretty, covered in weeping willow ...
... parks, this part of the city is also home to some really nice stores and since our wardrobes could use some additional summer clothing we decided that shopping was in order. About an hour and a frozen yogurt later, we headed back to campus. It was exciting to get to know this part of the city better, and I don’t know if it was because of the extremely nice weather or my lovely company, but so far this is definitely one of my favorite parts of Boston. ...
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... we did). We visited Lexington, where the first shots were fired although no one knows who fired that all important shot, and Concord, where the first shots were actually ordered. It was great to walk the hallowed ground of American Independence. It was interesting to note that it occurred around the same time that CAPT James Cook discovered Australia (1770) yet it took another 131 years (1901) for Australia to seek and be given independence by the ...
... we were in, the apartment was lovely!
The next day we set off to explore Boston. The city is full of history from early western settlers with some beautiful historic buildings. We spent most of the day following the famous 'Freedom Trial' which is a painted red path taking you all over the city to see the major historic sites. We started at the Massachusetts State House (with a very shiny golden dome) and worked our way through countless churches ...