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... long journey home. The bus only goes one way, so you have to complete the trip to get back to your starting point. So we actually did the complete tour 3 times. Different driver/guides made it interesting and they each put their own slant on things. Had a long chat to Michelle and eventually the phone cut out of credit !! Ooops! Glad to hear she and the kids are fine, but the oxygen-thief is causing more ...
We have been taking our time with this trip....late morning wake up calls and early morning bedtimes. This morning we left around 11 in the morning. Here, Dunkin' Donuts is quite popular and it's right next door to the place we are staying. Coffee and donuts in the AM it is then....it's only right seems how it is the "Boston way". :-)
Today we did a tour of Fenway Park. It was absolutely incredible. Such a great history behind it. Did you know that the ...
... br> I went inside Old South Church and then walked around Trinity Church and went into the Boston Public Library. Now, that my friends, is a library! I almost wanted to read just to stay there! And yet, finding a seat might be tough as it was actually packed. I then walked along Boylston Street up along the Public Garden, and then the rain started! No problem-- I spotted ...
... that I had an absolute blast seeing the court houses and other landmarks featured in the show. 500 Boylston Street is the mother of all Boston Legal landmarks, the office" of 'Crane, Poole & Schmidt'. This building is stunning! Striking lines, glass, the fountains and lamps in the courtyard... the building is spectacular! I spent a good 1/1.5hrs hanging around the building and it's courtyard. I must have shot it from every angle... I know, I have a problem. First day ...
... station then walked to Hanover street which is the main street of the Italian quarter, where there are numerous Italian restaurants.
Found the Old North Church
Walked to Paul Revere mall then to Old North Church (which is part of the Freedom Trail),
and is the location from which the famous "One if by land, and two if by sea" signal is said to have been sent. It is the oldest standing church building in Boston being built in 1723.
After touring ...