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Boston Common, Boston, MassachusettsBoston CommonBoston, MassachusettsCHEERS! (Yeah,actually, cheers - the bar!) Unfortunately, when I went in, nobody knew my name...Boston commons, Boston, MassachusettsBoston commonsBoston, MassachusettsDowntown in MayThe Paul Revere House, Boston, MassachusettsThe Paul Revere HouseBoston, MassachusettsBuilt in 1680 after the Great Fire of 1676 destroyed a previous residence, this two-story townhouse was purchased by Paul Revere in 1770. He moved...North End - Little Italy, Boston, MassachusettsNorth End - Little ItalyBoston, MassachusettsSt Anthony's fisherman festival! Love walking around this cityOld North Church, Boston, MassachusettsOld North ChurchBoston, MassachusettsOld North Church where Paul Revere said "One if by Land, Two if by Sea" and warned that the British were ComingBoston Public Garden, Boston, MassachusettsBoston Public GardenBoston, MassachusettsBoston Public Garden was the first botanical garden in America, established in 1837. In 1643 the Common was created as America's first public park....Quincy Market, Boston, MassachusettsQuincy MarketBoston, MassachusettsHoliday cheer @ Quincy MarketBack Bay, Boston, MassachusettsBack BayBoston, MassachusettsBoston blizzard stylePublic Garden, Boston, MassachusettsPublic GardenBoston, MassachusettsA ride on the swan boats is the best way to unwind in the city!USS Constitution, Boston, MassachusettsUSS ConstitutionBoston, MassachusettsThe USS Constitution - oldest warship still afloat. With the Bunker Hill monument in the background.Cheers Boston, Boston, MassachusettsCheers BostonBoston, Massachusetts#cheers #bar #bostonFaneuil Hall Marketplace, Boston, MassachusettsFaneuil Hall MarketplaceBoston, MassachusettsStop here before starting down The Freedom Trail for free maps and advice from the National Park Service rangers inside. It's all free, unlike at...Granary Burying Ground, Boston, MassachusettsGranary Burying GroundBoston, MassachusettsBoston's third oldest cemetery was established in 1660. An estimated 5000 people were buried here, though many of them shared tombs and headstones...Boston Common, Boston, MassachusettsBoston CommonBoston, MassachusettsFoliage on the common still hangin' onRockerfeller Plaza NYC, New York City, New YorkRockerfeller Plaza NYCNew York City, New YorkRockefeller Plaza, December 2009.Midtown, New York City, New YorkMidtownNew York City, New YorkLooking west from The Peninsula HotelSt. Patrick's Cathedral, New York City, New YorkSt. Patrick's CathedralNew York City, New YorkSt. Patrick's Cathedral with the Atlas Sculpture at Rockefeller Center across 5th Avenue.FAO Schwarz, New York City, New YorkFAO SchwarzNew York City, New YorkBarbie pinball at FAO Schwartz! Crazy expensive, but funny.Manhattan, New York City, New YorkManhattanNew York City, New YorkView from Empire State BuildingTime Square, NYC, New York City, New YorkTime Square, NYCNew York City, New YorkHectic beauty
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