Econo Lodge Sharon
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... and where we should have made a turn instead of straight down that little path. So we went back the way we came arguing about who was right. Then a trip around that area enjoying the changing colors. Later out to dinner and we decided to try ‘Laurie’s 9:09’ at the train station. They have live music and a large bar area. The food was so-so and the music was Blues tonight- a bit loud but still enjoyable. It is an open mic thing so anyone can ...
... coach at Quincy Market for a while, and I visited Faneuil Hall where .................. Up past the bar where the tv series "Cheers" was made, past beautiful churches and historical cemeteries before arriving at the Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel. Later in the day we walked down to the Boston Public Park for an hour or so. Really lovely park with many families and squirrels enjoying the ...
... is where I had been wanting to go in the first place but got out voted. (Thank you Lord for small blessings) Built in 1723, it is the oldest standing church building in Boston and the site of the famous, "One if by land, two if by sea" lanterns that set off Paul Revere's midnight ride. For history buffs and architecture lovers it is a great place to visit. We were too late for the behind the scenes tour that I had wanted to take, ...
... of the church to signify that the British had been spotted approaching by sea. This sparked a chain of events that lead to Paul Revere riding out at midnight to warn the patriots of the impending invasion. And if I were more interested in poetry, and had read Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's poem 'Paul Revere's Ride', I would have known that the story was that one was to be placed if the British were invading by land, and 'two if by sea'. Well, I hope you learned something here, ...
... arriving into boston later (totally worth it)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking