Boston, Massachusetts

A little taste of Boston with more discoveries tomorrow.

the architectural splendour of I M Pei’s pavilion and building that is the John F Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum; the house where Louisa May Alcott lived; Make Way for Ducklings; Trails of Freedom and Black Heritage; the Fugitive Slave Act; Paul Revere; John Adams and John Hancock; burial grounds and churches; meeting houses and legislatures; the affluent streets of Beacon Hill; parklands and commons; the Green and Red lines; weekend markets; autumn decorations and window boxes; and baristas who can make a good cup of coffee.

John F Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum 1gravestone - Boston  Public Park, Boston Green line train

Paul Revere House Boston houses 1 Old State House Boston Brattle Book Shop Make Way for Ducklings

20 Pinkney Street Paramount Theatre Boston

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