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... some good photo ideas as well as lots of historical information. We liked the tour so much we booked her afternoon tour of the Freedom trail too. Between tours, Tom and I wandered down the beautiful residential streets, then through the gorgeous public park back to the start of the Freedom trail. Gorgeous walk on a sunny and unseasonably warm day. When I say warm, I'm still wearing thermals, a fleece and a jacket.... but I didn't need gloves or a hat today. Our second tour, ...
... the American Anti-slavery Society. Aided by new steam-powered printing presses, Garrison and his followers were able to print thousands of pieces of literature. Though slavery was considered "morally wrong", abolitionists made up a paltry 10% of the North's population. Many working-class whites feared losing their jobs to ...
... a Cruise Ship excursion having a tour. We knew all about that! Pics 9-18 show the parts we walked through. All Freshmen must live in accommodation in these squares so most buildings are dorms. The library is the biggest university library in the world and in the US only out ranked by the University of Congress. It came into existence as a result of a bequest given from a woman whose husband and son died on the Titanic. It came with three rules: the ...
The end of our journey is quickly approaching. The weather is getting cooler, as many of our friends have reminded us. How much longer are you going to be in a tent? they ask. As long as the campgrounds stay open, we answer. Our first night in Massachusetts we camped on Cape Cod. It sits out in the Atlantic and is a well-known resort area. The campground we chose was one of the best we have camped at, and the weather couldn't ...
... winds through downtown and brings you through mostly the North End before completing at the Bunker Hill Monument.
I visited all of them on separate layovers because it is exhausting. I think if you plan on going on vacation here. Give yourself at least two days to see all of them. The trail includes 17 stops:
1. Boston Common
2. Mass State House
3. Park St Church
4. Granary Burying Ground
5. King's Chapel
6. King's ...