HYATT house Boston/Burlington
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Brilliant morning. We met the lovely Saba for our Back Bay photography tour. We meandered around the Back Bay Area, went inside the gorgeous library and saw the bronzed copy of the Declaration of Independence. Seeing all the signatures, especially John Hancock's, was very cool. Wandering around the Back Bay Area, especially seeing the beautiful residential area was lovely. Emily and her brother David joined us, and it was only the 4 of us in the tour! Saba, the guide, was lovely ...
... them to the sun loungers" Who was I kidding ! Christ they are fast Had a nice dinner seated with another three couples - Louise ( your mum ) Lois ( Superman?) Lisa (you couldn't make this up) don't remember the other woman's name Me, Blake, Sam and the woman whose name I don't remember's husband Scintillating conversation The food ...
... The market is right next to Faneuli Hall, which was our next stop. One magazine rated this site the 4th most visited site in America, which is funny because I had never heard of it before today. I guess I never researched American tourism that much. This hall has been around since the 1740s and many famous speakers like John Adams spoke here. A lot of the rally's for USA to gain independence from Britain took place here. The next stop along our ...
... spoken by the passengers, as well as over the intercom. There's something oddly soothing to me about hearing other languages being spoken. Maybe it's because I want to decipher them one day. Maybe it's because they remind me of how diverse the world is. You lose sight of these things when you're stuck in your daily routine. I thought "Maybe I should just come here when I'm stressed out. Hearing these different languages will ...
... of possibilities. But well, too late now ;)
Another highlight of Boston is the Freedom Trail. It is a 2,5 mile long bricked lane that leads you to 16 significant sites of the American Revolution (more information here: http://www.thefreedomtrail.org). Sometimes the signs are a bit confusing and we got lost a few times but at the end we managed to see all the sites. Some of them are museums where you have to pay the entrance fee, but most ...