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... square in front of the market. After feeling full and quite entertained, we carried on with the trail.
Past a few more churches and houses, and a souvenir shop we had to look in to extend Anna's pin-badge collection, we reached the Charlestown Bridge, which took us from Downtown to Charlestown (surprisingly), where the trail continued. Eventually we reached the USS Constitution, which is the oldest commissioned warship still afloat in the world, first being ...
... It was interesting to see all the secret service men, armed team and about 20 state motorcycle policemen! He was at the hall for about 45 minutes then the whole entourage left right in front of us. Not everyday you get to see the President of the United States! As most of Boston was on lock down we decided to walk back through Beacon Hill, which is a residential area for the rich. It's a really pretty place to ...
... miles traveled: 8,791
Average miles per gallon: 6.7
Miles traveled per day:
Most: 546 (Canmore, AB, Canada to Burlington, WA – about 9.5 hours of driving)
Least: 54 (Danbury, CT to New Windsor, NY)
... the whole time we’d been in the States, and followed it with a movie. Another night we went to the minor league baseball and watched our local Lowell Spinners spank the other team with a score of one run for the whole game in the 10th innings. Riveting stuff, but I have to say that I actually really enjoyed it because it felt a bit like cricket, and with the ashes just starting up I was missing Australian sport. I ...
... cool with all it's cannons and US Navy personnal in their period 'uniform'.
The last day in Boston found me on the official freedom trail tour led by none other than Paul Revere's second wife, Rachael. She really brought the history alive and was highly entertaining. Some of the places we covered were Boston Common, the State House, Granary Graveyard, the town meeting place, the old State House and Quincy Markets. You could really appreciate how well the ...