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... of the freedom trail that i didnt get to finish with sofi.We got to the momument (kind of like the obelisco in buenos aires) which marks the end of the freedom trail and took a few snaps before heading across the bridge, back to the subway. Next stop fenway park.Fenway park has serious significance and setimental value to americans, bostonians in particular, because it is the oldest stadium in major league baseball. We did a tour, because i wanted ...
... Rode the subways up and down. LJ
It was really cool to see the old battle ship the USS Constitution. The science museum was really neat, and had all sorts of displays on many different subjects. My favorite was the electricity show. A scientist from the museum moved different metal objects in an enclosed area and sent electrical pulses through so they hopped ...
... The church was quite small. They asked for a small donation, although it was not mandatory. I've seen a lot of churches in my travels and a lot that were better than this one, but I did enjoy the brick structures here and the inside was filled with small booths rather than pews, which I thought was interesting. I guess families may have all sat in one booth. This would have made it hard to see what was going on because the walls in the booth ...
... cladding- to Fenway Stadium and the highlight of the day. Boston Red Sox vs Baltimore Oriels. Our first and possibly only professional baseball game. Our thoughts:
1.Tom thinks he would have been keen to play it if he had lived in US and could see himself getting into it as a spectator.
2. James thought it was pretty good but like all US sports pretty tedious ( he went to an American Football game when he went to Space Camp).
3. Anne thought it ...
It was our last morning in Cape Cod, so we decided to take the lady's advice from the campground office and bike into Wood's Hole for breakfast. The Sunset Bike Trail was formerly a railroad track that was converted into a beautiful trial that the community used to bike, run, walk, rollerblade, and walk their dogs. The entire trail is just over 12 miles, but we entered at the 5.3 mark and headed into town.
The trail went behind homes, along wooded areas, and then ...