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Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Boston- Day 4

On our last day in Boston, we went back to the Italian part of Boston to start our day.  The first stop was Paul Reveres house.

 After Paul Reveres house, we walked the Freedom Trail to the Old North Church.  At the beginning of the corridor is a statue of Revere.  
 At the end of the walk way was the church.  The bell tower, One if by land, Two if by sea.

 After Paul Reveres house, we walked to the Charlestown Navy Yard to see the USS Constitution.

 The Constitution was one of the first battle ships for the United States. It is made of wood, not metal. We went aboard and inside.

 The USS Cassin Young is a metal battle ship that was in the dry dock.  We were the first country to use the dry dock system to repair our battleships.
 Our last stop on the Freedom Trail was the Bunker Hill Monument.

 Its very tall and has 300 steps to the top.  Kevin walked the 300 steps to the top.

 After the Bunker Hill Monument, we took the subway to the Museum of Science.  Then for dinner, we went to Abe and Louie's where Kevin got his 2lb lobster.  Our plane left Boston at 7am the next morning.  It was a wonderful time and we can't wait to go back.

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