Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel
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Na drie dagen toeren langs de kust van New England hebben we donderdag onze volgende grote stop bereikt: Boston, Massachusetts, "the biggest of small cities". Boston is een super gezellige, mooie stad, met veel sfeer! Het is een van de oudste steden van de USA, en het doet behoorlijk Europees aan. Maar Boston heeft ook veel typisch Amerikaanse …
... on the R1 with a main stop in Stonington on the coast - old houses and a visit to the lighthouse. Stonington was subject to a naval attack by the Brits in1814 in the 1812- 14 war! The R1 enabled a sweeping entrance to Newport over the two bridges with the island of Jamestown in the middle. Seafood/lobster consumed. Oct 18 A day in Newport. We did just about all there is to do in Newport -on foot and with one bus ride and a car journey around the ocean drive. Mansions, Old ...
... by red and white flags. The White were people who were killed by guns in Boston this year and the Red were wounded by guns. The photo is on my Facebook, the saddest thing is though that is only a FEW flags in the picture. The actual front yard was littered in red and white flags. Next place was Quincy Market, so many stalls and FOOD! They had another Cheers restaurant which I contemplated but decided to explore the food strip. Curries, seafood, ...
... the end, we were screaming out chants like "De-fence!" and "Let's go Celtics!" Monday 31 March This morning we woke to wind and rain lashing our hotel room window but that wasn't going to stop us from finishing the Freedom Trail. We layered up and found a yummy bagel shop on the way to the train station. We got off near the North End and picked up where we left off the day before. The North End is gorgeous with narrow cobble-stoned streets. We saw the oldest wooden structure in ...
... patriot, but he was also a Bostonian and today he would probably have been a Red Sox’s fan. About a block passed the statue was the residence of Paul Revere. Here close to the Old North Church, he made his home and had his workshop.
This section of town is now referred to as Little Italy after the many Italian Immigrants that came to America during the 18th and 19th Century. Here we pasted many restaurants, bakeries, pubs, and small stores ...