How I Became a Tourist for the Day in the City of Boston

How I Became a Tourist for the Day in the City of Boston, Boston, Massachusetts (B)

From historic Salem, Danielle (CruiseMiss) and I jumped back in our Ford Mustang convertible and continued our road trip to my hometown of Boston, Massachusetts. While this New Yorker may not have been born in the city of Boston, I do consider it home. With Danielle at my side, I turned autopilot on and began to float my way through Boston and took a break from navigating unfamiliar streets and cities.

The first place we stopped at was none other than one of Boston’s most famous landmarks, Fenway Park. Considered the oldest Major League Baseball park in the United States, it’s home to the Boston Red Sox, but no game for us that night as they were out of town. Instead, on a beautiful summer evening in Boston, we went shopping, grabbed some dinner, and then took a leisurely walk back to my place.

I wanted Danielle to see both the finish line of the Boston Marathon, but also the makeshift memorial that still stands nearby. That tragedy is still fresh in the minds of Bostonians more than three years later. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: How I Became a Tourist for the Day in the City of Boston
Guide Location: USA » Boston
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Marian Krueger
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Fenway Park
  • Trinity Church
  • Edgar Allen Poe statue
  • Boston Public Garden
  • Faneuil Hall
  • Quincy Market
  • Commonwealth Avenue
  • Boston Public Library
  • Union Oyster House
  • New England Holocaust Memorial
  • Old State House
  • Boston Massacre
  • Boston Irish Famine Memorial

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