SpringHill Suites Boston Peabody
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Travel Blogs from Peabody
... to the Boston Common where the tour started. It was 2 degrees outside with a wind chill of -2 and it's raining. Not perfect touring weather but we didn't want to waste an afternoon! Our bearded, red haired, enthusiastic & animated tour guide (wearing an outfit including pantaloons typical from the colonial times) did a great job of explaining the Boston's part in the American Revolution, pointing out significant buildings, burial grounds and people along the way. We saw 11 ...
... The first two charges cost the British many casualties, but it also cost the Americans valuable ammunition that would prove to be a decisive factor in their being overrun on the third and final charge. Though they lost the battle, the American Militiamen proved that they could hold their own against the harden veterans of the British Army. In 1843, a 221-foot-tall granite obelisk was erected as a monument to the Battle of Bunker Hill. Atop the hill by the monument was ...
... was already gone on a day trip and to turn around at the dock when it returns. From here into the North End where we strolled around and ended up in Revere Park and heard a talk by a ranger on Revere and others during the Revolution. Walked to a bakery that was closing after many years and it had already sold out and locked up. A walk in the 94 degree weather was drenching us! Really muggy here so a stop at an Irish Pub was in order, but after getting ...
... t you) to find that it didn't open for the season for another four days. :) So we ended up taking a walk around the eastern promenade that led us along the small steam engine route around the coast and back to our hotel at the old port. Looking for things to do we picked up a bus tour leaflet but saw that we'd already walked most of the tour route, however the tour also went up to Head Light in Cape Elizabeth so we decided to give it a go. ...
... and homeless people. Put the two
together and you get a man singing “can anyone spare any change”
like Louie Armstrong.
Whilst in Boston we purchased probably
the best ever invention devised by a human being: A self portrait pole, combine
this with a camera with panorama mode and John, and we have a game of
“where’s John”: see if you can find all three in the panoramas...