The starting point of the Freedom Trail, Boston Common is the oldest park in the country. At 50 acres/20 hectares, the Common is the anchor for the Emerald Necklace, a system of connected parks that winds through many of Boston’s neighborhoods.  ... 

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Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum

April 2013

Amazing place to relive and be involved in the famous night and dump some tea overboard, then experience a very different museum presentations

Boston

October 2011

Jayne and Gary - Cheers!

Swan boats in the Boston Common

May 2011

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Swan boats in the Boston Common

Boston Common

September 2010

Boston Common

Graveyard

July 2010

Gail M
Canada

Musket shots...............

Fenway Park

October 2014

One part of our tour

Lexington Green

October 2014

Lexington Green

Concord - Minutemen National Park

October 2014

North Bridge area in Concord.

one small section of buildings in Boston

October 2014

One small section of buildings in Boston.

The great No Name Restaurant

October 2014

building where the No Name Restaurant is located. Good food was recommended by many tour bus drivers. oldest restaurant in Boston.

Tea Party Ship

October 2014

My husband throwing over some tea. Throw the tea out to the Sea!

cobblestone street

October 2014

picture of real life cobblestone street. as back in the days

the great Bunker Hill Monument

October 2014

I believe this is my husband standing in front of Bunker Hill. we climb to the top all 296 steps, no elevator.

Statue of Paul Revere

October 2014

me in front of Paul Revere's Statue

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