Wedding and Boston

It’s been a busy couple of days.  Saturday was our son’s wedding we came here for.  I don’t like to put other people’s pictures on this public blog without their knowledge or permission so if you want to see more pics you’ll have to email me directly.  But it was lovely!

Today the six of us visitors from Minnesota made our way to Boston for a tour of the city.  It was another day of shuttle bus, subway, train, tour-trolley, lots of walking, train, subway and taxi. We really wanted to take the duck-boat tour as well, but we just didn’t have the time. A proper tour would take two days or more!

Here are some of the 94 pics I took on our one day in Boston:

Paul Revere’s House

The Freedom Trail – a cluster of 16 historically significant buildings and locations in the downtown area.  Follow the red brick line.

Old North Church
“One if by land, two if by sea”

The Big Dig
Freeway that runs for several miles beneath the city.

Fenway Park

Next time we’ll take the duck tours.

“Cheer’s Bar” front used for the TV series.
Not the inside, just the outside.

Old State House Museum
The independence rebellion began here.
In 1776 it was from this balcony that the Declaration of Independence was first read to the people of Boston.

What?

Boston Marketplace
THE place to go for food and entertainment.
It was packed with people on this Sunday afternoon.

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