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... the stadium for free! After Fenway Park it was time to meet our Freedom Trail Tour guide at the Boston Commons. He was a patriot named George Wright and was a cabinet maker by trade. He shares a little bit more about himself in his video that we posted. The park was established in 1634 by William Blackstone and was originally named after him. That is until he was chased off by puritans in the area that took over his land and used it as common grounds to ...
... penned by Ralph Waldo Emerson who commemorated this day in his poem "Concord Hymn."
We ended our day at Walden Pond to appreciate the place that led to many inspirational thoughts written by the author Henry David Thoreau. We spent an hour quietly journaling and reflecting on this beautiful place. Ahhhh....
What a day it was!
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... Newberry Street (near Copley Square) is the best shopping street of Boston. And after spending my Saturday afternoon in stores such as Urban Outfitters, Forever 21 and Brandy Melville, I could not agree more. Newberry Street is packed with vintage stores, famous clothing store chains and the indispensable Starbucks and Dunkin’ Donuts where one goes to slurp new energy before continuing to spend more money. Besides several pieces of clothing, the most ...
... beer of course. Back on the bus to the town centre and a slow walk home. We had noticed a Resteraunt which always had a really longline up for dinner, by about 8:30 it was much shorter and we managed to get a table - Tony had Saltimbocca and the 3 of us had the half lobster tail, clam and scallop pasta with a lighlty spicy sauce - mmmm unbelievably delicious - including wine $100 for all of us - the restaurants name for future reference is Giacomos and it is on Hanover street, North ...
... patriots, before being burned. It's now been restored as closely as possible to its Georgian roots, (if you don't count the air conditioning installed in the early 1990's.) It's one stop on the Freedom Trail, which includes the ships as part of the Boston Tea Party Museum, and you can literally smell the history. A group in period costume were performing out the front and must have been so hot in full red coat uniform! I spent ages there, not only because of the ...