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... Dam, and cut through the nice neighbourhood of Beacon Hill. I quickly realized the streets follow the water's edge instead of a grid pattern... which meant that a map was helpful :). My original plan was to go straight to Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market. Well, I got sidetracked (aka turned around) and went along Boston Common and saw Granary Burying Ground and other sites en route. The Market was ...
... that I had an absolute blast seeing the court houses and other landmarks featured in the show. 500 Boylston Street is the mother of all Boston Legal landmarks, the office" of 'Crane, Poole & Schmidt'. This building is stunning! Striking lines, glass, the fountains and lamps in the courtyard... the building is spectacular! I spent a good 1/1.5hrs hanging around the building and it's courtyard. I must have shot it from every angle... I know, I have a problem. First day ...
... into the city to have diner at Atlantic Fish Company. Dave had an awesome pan-seared halibut and a watermelon, feta and balsamic salad. I had a seared Atlantic cod in a bowl of corn chowder with shrimp. Phew, we got full! We soon found ourselves in Copley Square and saw the area of the Boston Marathon bombing, including an area on the sidewalk for people to place flowers, candles, sneakers, baseball caps and many ...
... but I didn't realise that was really all it was. Our witch tour guide cast a circle and we all got given some blessed rock as a souvenir, and then we wandered around Salem learning about what witches really do before ending up at a magic shop being encouraged to buy stuff. There was a tiny bit of history, mainly learning the "truth" behind certain legends from a witches perspective - by far the most interesting part of the tour. We went to the spot where Giles Corey ...