Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Freedom Trail

My plan was to take the T as close as we could get to the far end of the Freedom Trail, and then walk part of it. We desperately needed restrooms which we located in a nearby Whole Foods. We had a short uphill walk to the Bunker Hill Monument, but it was not too bad.

Uh, no. No way Handy was going up there. That was fine with me.

And we're off. And it was downhill. Yay.

Wonderful fall decorations around Charlestown. Look, a cat!

I loved the witch planted in the planter box.

Tasteful and traditional.


A stop at the Charlestown Navy Yard.

The Constitution was in dry dock.

Copp's Hill Burying Ground.

Perhaps the narrowest house in Boston? I looked it up on Zillow. Labeled as "Skinny House," 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath, 1166 sq feet. Zestimate $696K.

North Church.

Paul Revere's house. Again with the people.

After the North End, we deviated from the trail and took the T back to the hotel for some R & R.


Karen (formerly kcinnova) said...

Oh, those dog-tags! ♥
Some great pictures there -- the witch in the planter box, the looking-UP photos, the one of headstones in light and darkness -- just lovely.

I could use some R&R right now!

Karen (formerly kcinnova) said...

PS: Can you imagine the stairs in that skinny house?!

Gary's third pottery blog said...

I LOVE the tiny house! You had nice weather, hmm?

smalltownme said...

It was mostly cool and sunny. One day of rain.