Monday, February 7, 2011

Chowdah, Red Sox & the Freedom Trail

We flew through North Carolina and got upgraded to first class because our flight was cancelled! Sooo exciting!

We were only in Boston for a few nights.

We decided to follow the Freedom Trail, here's the Wiki blurb:

The Freedom Trail is a red (mostly brick) path through downtown Boston, Massachusettsthat leads to 16 significant historic sites. It is a 2.5-mile walk from Boston Common to Bunker Hill Monument in Charlestown with simple ground markers, graveyards, notable churches and other buildings, and a historic naval frigate along the way.

We started at the USS Constitution and then moved on to the Bunker Hill Monument.
We travelled all along the trail to Quincy Market

Where the fake Cheers is located!

Below is a few random Trail pictures!!

Yay Duckies!

The next day we did a tour of Fenway Park! It was super awesome! We had a great guide with a baller Boston accent just like you would imagine. The NHL Winter Classic was a few days before we got there and they were taking down the ice while we did the tour. Here are some Fenway pictures! We got to hear some great stories, sit on the Green Monster, tour the press box etc. Even though I'm not a big baseball fan the stadium was so steeped in history, it was phenomenal.

I don't know how to make the underlining go away...Sorry! Anyways that was about Boston, it was super short but so much fun! We stayed at a great hostel and roomed with an Australian named Lauren and went to the pub with her one of the nights! She was a lot of fun and is always welcome for a visit!!
I would love to go back to Boston, especially during the baseball season! It would be amazing to watch a game in Fenway. There is just way too much to the city than can be seen in two and a half days.
Melissa, the girl I went with, did have New England Clam Chowder as well and said it was

Sorry for the weak post, I tried! Disney Grad is next!

17 days 1 hour and 11 minutes until my Disney Face to Face Interview!
Sooo sooo nervous? Yup!

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