She said I think I'll go to Boston...I think I'll start a new life,I think I'll start it over, where no one knows my name,
- Boston, Augustana
The Freedom Trail is a 2.5-mile route that helps you discover the rich history of the American Revolution. It doesn't require any planning at all as there is a red-line on the ground that leads you to all important historical sites.There are 3 ways to do the Freedom Trail:
1. Reserve a guided tour. The tour will depart from the Boston Common.
2. Self guided tour following a map (you can skip anything in between stops that you found interesting)
3. Download an audio tour and follow the red line "Freedom Trail".
China TownThis was the first Chinatown I visited after nearly 6 weeks of travels. I've seen and heard a lot of high reviews of Boston Chinatown, so decided to check it out. One word to describe this place: delicious! The heavenly smell of Chinese pastries, baked bao, roasted pork, braised duck.... It was everywhere! A great place for a cheap and delicious meal! Recommendation: Lian Zi Bao
Highlight: Gillette Stadium, Hall of Fame, Massachusetts Lobster Meal @ Skipjack's
During our visit, there were 2 games going on (in fact, 2 back to back! ). There are booths giving out free sparkling juice and New England Patriots + Revolution merchandise. I had a cup of sparkling juice and absolutely loved it. I made my way to the booth to tell them how I love their drink and guess what: They decided to give me 2 big bottles for FREE. I was stunned, completely!
|Meal at Skipjack's. Besides the Lobster meal, the 3 sliders|
(lobster, crab cake and fish) was just as great!
Advice: check the Gillette stadium calendar.
|Couldn't help it.|
This station was deserted when we were there.
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