BC: THE END!
1: Boston was so much fun. We even got to see Boston's favorite statues based on the amazing story "Make Way for Ducklings." This favorite book for children all over America, was written by Robert McCloskey in 1941. The book is about Mr. and Mrs. Mallard's tough time trying to find a perfect place to raise their ducklings, and trust me, it's a classic.
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6: Fenway Park was totally awesome, even I think so, and I'm a Mets fan. But it's not all looks for Fenway. The place has it's background and stories like every other place on Earth.
7: It was a dark day in Fenway history when they gave up three great players and the Curse of the Bambino began. They didn't win until World Series 2004 after they gave up Babe Ruth and other great players.
9: If Fenway was exciting, seeing famous people such as Blake Lively film her movie, and actually meeting some of her co-stars made me absolutely ecstatic. The bangs and the yells were amazing, and seeing the setup for the scene, made me scream out to them!
12: The duck tour was so much fun. And the awesome tour guide made it so much better. We saw the Leonard P. Bunker Hill Bridge on our tour, which is one of the biggest wire bridges in the world. And, it looks pretty cool too.
14: The Omni-Parker house was opened by a man named Harvey Parker in the 19th century. But in the 20th century, the house was demolished, keeping only one of the wings from the original building, they turned the house into a hotel. Today, the hotels ratings and now the beautiful old house is a fancy four star!
15: The hotel was so much fun. I got to hang out with all of my friends, watch TV, and eat so much candy, I felt sick, my favorite things to do! And breakfast at the hotel was great, sausage, bacon, toast, you name it, I ate it. So like I said, amazing!
16: The Freedom Trail was a path that slaves had to walk to get to freedom. The trail is marked by a continuous red line that goes all the way along the trail, and it is made by mostly brick. Our tour guide showed us "secret" passages that the slaves had to walk, to make sure they would not be caught.
17: The Blue man group was completely awesome. Easily my favorite part of the trip. They were funny, scary, and they looked like giant green lizards. The whole time I thought that something was going to land on me! So like I said; Blue man group= AWESOME!
18: Old North Church was a church where not only was a man was almost killed for lighting a single candle, but it was the church that let us know that "The regiments were coming! Okay, so maybe it wasn't just any old candle. The priest in the church told the men and women, | "Oneth by land twoeth by see", meaning if the regiments are coming by land I will stick one lit candle in the window, if they are coming by sea, I'll put in two; and when the Regiments came by land, he lit one candle. That priest saved many helpless men and women who would have been killed by the regiment, and maybe he didn't run across town yelling, "THE REGIMENTS ARE COMING!" But without him, Paul Revere wouldn't have yelled at all!
19: The bus ride was amazing. We literally ate about 500 pieces of candy, and we still had some to waste. I couldn't believe it was four hours before we got to Boston. Time truly flies when you're having fun!
20: When we finally got off the bus at Boston, we were at our first stop. It was a place so beautiful, it's hard to describe, and it was full of shops and food. Everywhere you looked, there was somewhere fun and interesting to go, and I just couldn't believe it. We hung out, took pictures, and got to finally chill out and relax. The bus had been fun, but it had also been loud, and cramped. Stretching my legs was good.