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... and I tucked Stan into my fanny pack for the walk over to Jerry Remy's in the Fenway. We arrived at halftime and were immediately well-received by the other 'Pards watching the game, one of whom just happened to be the president-elect (a.k.a. future president, starting in July 2013) of the college, President-Elect Alison Byerly. She approved of my leopard onesie and ...
Went on a tour of harvard today...operation "find a rich yank" continues....(hehe!) ...unfortunately still not accomplished. There's still time! Then went on the hop on/off trolly bus to the Boston tea party museum. It was great! Learnt loads about the revolution-and once again, felt guilty for being British! Then went to Quincy market and had a mooch around. Met a ...
... a largely middle class, street car suburb of Boston. The family would live here from 1914 until 1920 and the first four of their children would be born here, including the future president.
In 1966 Rose Kennedy would repurchase this home and have it re-furnished as she remembered. The house contains some original items. The Kennedy family donated the house to the National Park Service 'as a gift to the American people' and the site was ...
... br> Massachusetts State House, Park street church, Granary Burial Ground, King's Chapel, Old South Meeting House, Fanueil Hall, Quincy Market Site of the Boston Massacre and the old North Church.
The Granary Burial Ground has the graves of
Samuel Adams - signer of the Declaration of Independence
John Phillips- First Mayor of Boston
Family of Benjamin Franklin
John Hancock - signer ...
... for some seafood (har har), we took the subway back to the North End area near where we left off our Freedom Trail. The North End is a neighborhood of Boston which has the distinction of being the city's oldest residential community. People have lived continuously there since it was settled in the 1630s. Although small, the neighborhood has approximately 100 eating establishments, and a variety of tourist attractions. It ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking