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Travel Blogs from Danvers
... According to our trolley guide, the other statue is in Moscow, and their names are the same but with a Russian accent (which he refused to demonstrate).
After I had finished taking pictures, I spent some time sitting on the park bench with Lawrence while Bob and Richard went to take pictures of Cheers. He gave me some very good advice about life that I would do well to remember. It was something along the lines of 'don't let anyone (or you, yourself) tell ...
... Ciara, Remco and Mohammed, whose IA’s apparently all had this mutual friend and who decided to check out the party as well. All in all it was a great night!
On Saturday it was the wind rather than the sun that was raging over Boston. So I decided to go for another walk, the so called 'Freedom Trail’. The red-brick path winds its way past 16 sites that earned Boston its status as the cradle of liberty. So I took the T downtown ...
... over a reasonably scary bridge which was like wlaking across a metal bed. Looking down the river waited menacingly for the slightest crack in the structure, which boomed with sound every time a large vehicle went across. Once we made it over, we headed east into the naval shipyard which was one of the leading shipbuilding yards in the States until the 1970s. It played an important role in the construction of naval warships for WW1 and 2, as well as being the birthplace of the ...
... fire on colonists who had been taunting them. Five colonists were killed. Faneuil Hall where Samuel Adams a patriot used to meet with others to unite to fight against the British.Paul Revere house. He was the man who warned of the imminent arrival of the British troops. Ancient house originally built in 1680( the oldest house in downtown Boston) really well preserved with lots of reproduction and original furniture to give it a sense of ...
... like today it acts as paddling pool for children and adults alike. We spent a while there resting and enjoying the sunshine, although we didn't venture into the pond. We then went and admired the State House.
As we had enjoyed our walk there so much yesterday we headed back to Quincy Market to stroll through shops and admire the ambience.
Then it was back to collect the car and head out of Boston and onto New ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking