Longfellow's Wayside Inn
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... and Museum. The museum took visitors on a journey through the history of the Boston Tea Party and subsequent American Revolution. The museum was interesting and informative, but it was not a great place to be British!
My second day in Boston, on the Sunday, started with a trip to Harvard University. I spent a good hour exploring the grounds of the prestigious university. There were also lots of old bookstores and a market that needed exploring too ...
... of the boys favourite restaurants, they have 3 located in the US, all in Boston. Maybe not very original, but when tired and want some good quick food that you know, it fitted the bill perfectly. The area around Quincy's market was buzzing though with people and street performers, so was a fun placeto be. So, for a chilled day, we covered a lot, but that is the beauty of Boston, it is a very compact city and easy to walk around. ...
... farmed and lived here. Colonists bought the 1900 acres for about $60. During the American Revolution, the road at the edge of the refuge was a prominent thoroughfare for trading and communication with Boston.
And during World War II, the government bought out the 80 families who lived here, and built roads and bunkers throughout ...
... wrong lane hiccup, crossing two bridges, a detour... A space was sourced- comedy. Back to the hotel, a shower and a vodka lemsip later and we're ready to leave. Met Matt's friend Kouki and headed out for the night. A little early for dinner we sourced one of Boston's many Irish pubs, and decided on The Black Rose. A double whiskey on the rocks down and we're off to dinner. ...
... back at the hostel, that the crew we'd seen was there to film a new Julia Stiles movie called 'The Makeover' (which, upon returning to the UK, has never been mentioned again; can't have been a very good movie!)
We found the Cheers building on Beacon Street but decided it was far too early to head inside for drinks, so instead got started on the Freedom Trail. The Freedom Trail is a 2.5 mile pedestrian route through the city, which takes in 17 ...