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... featured an article on whale watching in Boston and sent me the article which said that although a normal whale watch from Boston might yield two or three close sightings, this month, whale watchers have been seeing much higher numbers, regularly spotting a dozen, sometimes far more. One day there was a group of 40 whales seen during a three hour tour. The marine site we visited and mentioned in the article was called Stellwagen Bank and is known as one of the world's most ...
... Boston Common Gardens, the first stop on the trail. This is America’s oldest public park where the powerful monument to the victims of the Boston Massacre can be found. The trail then goes on to the Massachusetts State House, which stands on the corner of Boston Common, overlooking the park. Just south of the State House stands the Park Street Church, which has been a landmark since 1809. Down the street I crossed the Granary Burying Ground. ...
We were once again boarding a train at 8am, this time for only 4 hours though. Arriving into Boston South Station, we looked at our map to find out where we were staying. Turns out there are 2 streets called School Street in Boston, and we went to the wrong one - unless we fancied staying in a Radioshack! Eventually, after finding a subway station, we got to Backpackers Hostel on the correct School Street in Everett, a suburb of Boston. To ...
... Tavern and the Munroe Tavern. All are important buildings in the development of the beginning of the American Revolution. We also saw the Minuteman Monument drove through parts of the Minuteman National Park. We were advised not to stop and hike around, as the rangers were kicking people out.
Tomorrow we head to Boston for a 7 night stay. ...
... patriots, before being burned. It's now been restored as closely as possible to its Georgian roots, (if you don't count the air conditioning installed in the early 1990's.) It's one stop on the Freedom Trail, which includes the ships as part of the Boston Tea Party Museum, and you can literally smell the history. A group in period costume were performing out the front and must have been so hot in full red coat uniform! I spent ages there, not only because of the ...