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... 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 ...
... downtown area. Hit up Boston Common, a city park that puts all others to shame. Yeh, you heard me Sydney Bicentennial... to shame! Rode the infamous swans and enjoyed watching the ducks and very gutsy squirrels do their thing. I enjoyed taking in the architecture of many of the buildings in the downtown area, stumbling upon many of the buildings used for location shots in 'Boston Legal'. Anyone that knows me knows that I am a massive 'Boston Legal' fan. Hence, it's ...
... perk tick for solo travel. My grand arrival did however prompt some strange looks off the others waiting in line. Why would someone in a limo choose to book a budget tour to Boston is what I presumed they must have been thinking. I stared back in shock and amazement at the front two of the crowd looking at me like I was a circus performer as they swiftly ate four custard filled doughnuts and two ice cream sandwich bars each for breakfast at 6.15am! The journey was long but ...
... The drinks we good fortunately and I enjoyed the celeb mug shots on the walls. Our second day in Boston was sponsored by brunch. Then we walked the Freedom Trail, a self-guided tour following a red line painted on the pavement that takes you around key historical buildings. We recognised a few names from the tour the day before, but other than that it didn't mean much to us! It's a great walk however and we admired some ...
... it was a great end to this class =)
As a side note, I highly recommend Star of the Sea this book to everyone. It's by the Irish man Joseph O'Conner, brother to Sinead O'Conner. Though it was published in 2002, and it's the first modern book I've seen where you can analyze it. There's so much to it, things you usually only find in what we consider classics. Even if you don't analyze it, it's a great story just to read.
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