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We did part of the Freedom Trail, a very small part.

Boston Commons  (42.35822, -71.06332)

These ducks for land and water tours were everywhere. They look like fun.

Beacon Hill

The new State House built 1798. (42.35822, -71.06332)

The Old State House built in 1713

Rear on Old State building. The Declaration of Independence was first read  from the balcony. 

The Granary graveyard where John Hancock, Samuel Adams, Paul Revere and other early New England notables are buried. 

The Kings Chapel. First Anglican Church in New England.

Family boxed pew, if you could pay for it.

The Union Oyster House is the oldest restaurant in America. (42.36124, -71.05697) In the early 1800's the bay came right up to the back of the building where ships could unload their cargo

Think that our founding fathers sat around this bar discussing the future of our country.

After an excellent lunch of oyster on the half shell and crab cakes, we visited Paul Revere's home

New England dictionary
peepers - tourists who come up to see the fall color
tag sale - yard or garage sale

End of the day sing along

standing Linda, Arlene, Paul  seated Patricia and her daughter Ashley

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