Residence Inn Boston Franklin
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... angry mob, initially just one solder standing fast, Washington was the first president under the constitution, but there were 17 before him under the initial documents. (See - It did soak in!)
There tour finished at Fenuil Hall so with a bite to eat it was off to finish the rest of the Freddom Trail and up to the bunker hill battle monument. That was an easy walk through Boston. ...
... ship was really interesting and there was a great museum to accompany it too.
We then continued on to the end of the Freedom Trail to Bunker Hill. Bunker Hill was a famous battle during the war of American Independence where the British sailed across the Charles River and stormed the hill held by the rebels. After two unsuccessful assaults, the British finally took the hill but lost half their men in battle. It was a very small victory for the ...
... Visitor Centre to walk the 2.5 mile Freedom Trail and followed the red brick traill that passed all the important historic sites of revolutionary colonial America in the 18th Century . Boston was the birthplace of the revolution and home to the famous Paul Revere who had his midnight ride to warn people of the English soldiers.
The trail started at the Boston ...
... look beautiful! We stroll into Beacon Hill and find the original Bull & Finch pub... CHEERS of course! Stop for a spot of lunch, this time a pint of Sam Adams and a mug if Boston's famous Clam Chowder! Delicious! We walk to Charlestown and catch the "T" to Haaaaarvard! It's a kind of weird place.... It seems very quiet even though there's lots of people about!, Lots of tramps too. The building is massive as is the whole site! Feels like I'm in a movie set... Walking ...
... which was the sight of the Boston Massacre which led to the start of the American Revolution, I did a trolley tour around the city taking me to various historic points and even did a walking tour of Harvard university. So even though there really isn't a jam packed list of things to do in Boston itself it was just a really nice change of pace compared to the hustle and bustle of New York.
I had two of the most sunniest days here and ...
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