BC: BOSTON TRIP 2009!!!!!
FC: Boston Trip 2009
1: Going to Fenway was awesome. Even though I'm not a Red Sox fan. We learned that Fenway is the third smallest baseball stadium in America. We also learned that Fenway is the oldest Major League baseball stadium in America, it opened in 1912! I also learned that the Red Sox won the World Series in 1918 but didn't win again till 2004! Thats 86 years difference. The picture on the top is a picture of some of the oldest seats in the stadium!
2: Here are some more pictures from our awesome time, at Fenway!!!! The picture on the top is a picture of the field.
3: Here are some pictures of my best buds and me hanging out together. The picture on the top is a picture of Emma Novick, Emma Crowley and me hanging out at Fenway, with our matching sunglasses. The picture on the bottom is a picture of me and Emily Detour hanging out, outside Fenway Stadium.
4: Fun times with my awesome friends at Quincy Market!!!!
5: Megan, Hope, Matty, Lily and me outside Fenway Stadium!!
6: On Thursday we walked the Freedom Trail. It was a long but interesting walk. I learned a lot. Some places we went to on the Freedom Trail included, Paul Revere's house, the Boston Burial, and the Old North Church. We learned that many escaped slaves would hide out in houses, that are now apart of the Freedom Trail. We saw the firs black church in America too, which was really cool!
7: Above is a picture of Paul Revere's house. We stopped at his house while on the Freedom Trail. Though we didn't get to go in the house we learned a lot about Paul Revere. Such as Paul Revere is most remembered by his Midnight Ride, he took before the battles of Lexington and Concord. His midnight run took place on April 18/19th, 1775. Paul Revere rode through town yelling that the British were coming.
8: During the Freedom Trail we stopped at the Old North Church. The picture on the bottom right is a picture of the oldest working clock in America. The clock hangs in the Church. The Old North Church was very interesting. We learned its where the colonies hung lanterns to tell that, the British were coming One if by land. Two if by sea. The picture on the bottom left is a picture of what some of the pews looked like in The Old North Church back in the time of the colonies. The people would have to decorate the pews themselves bring their own chairs, and even heaters!
9: While on the Freedom Trail, we stopped at the Boston Burial. There are many very well known people buried in the graveyard. Some of the people included, Samuel Adams, John Hancock, Mother Goose and Benjamin Franklin's parents. The picture on the left is a picture of part of Samuel Adam's memorial. The picture on the right is a picture of the graveyard. While at the graveyard we learned a lot. Including we learned that at a young age Benjamin Franklin, left home because his brother was working him to hard. I also learned that Mother Goose was a real person, and she had many kids.
10: Blue Man Group
11: Just hanging out with my friends, either if it was on the bus or while walking around was so much fun. We had so much freedom in this trip, and I loved that! Below on the right is a picture of Kyle Crowley, wearing some sweet sunglasses, and on the left is picture of Hope Burnaman at Quincy Market. Also wearing some cool sunglasses!
12: Hanging out, and just having a great time!!! :):)
13: More fun times, in Boston!!!! Having an awesome time and just hanging with your friends!!
14: While at Fenway, we saw the movie, "This Town" getting filmed! It was so fun and so cool!!! Below is a picture of one of the actors from the movie.