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Boston Day 2

May 28, 2016

Up and at’em! we were off


First stop was yummy bagels at Bruegger’s bagel bakery.


Then we were off to finish the Freedom trail

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The Holocaust memorial


Farmer’s Markets

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Paul Revere’s house


The infamous Mike’s Pastry


Along the Freedom trail…

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Including Old North Church who had a magnificent choir singing (from NY of all places)

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Boston Fine Arts Gallery


where Eli was particularly mesmerised by the Fashion exhibition


Before heading back to the hotel for some down time 🙂

In the afternoon we headed to the waterfront to see the USS Constitution…

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and it’s museum
(where the highlight was the breakdancing puppet show)


Then wander back along the waterfront

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to Little Italy for a yummy dinner…


Then along the waterfront before heading home.

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A stop for macaroons
(the top thing on Eli’s list to do in Boston)

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A stop a little too long at the water fountain…oops!
(mum fell for the “yes you can take your shoes off and dip your toes in”…dad just laughed – he was smarter and knew what was coming)

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Then home for a final break dance before bed 🙂

We really like Boston as a city. It is such a nice size and has so much to offer 🙂 The snow in winter however…



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