S: Boston and Hyannis 2010
1: Lauren and Jo went up 2 days prior. Some beautiful street scenes. | Reflection of the old and the new! | Boston
2: The Freedom Trail
3: Lauren and I took a walking tour of the Freedom Trail
4: The starting point of the Freedom Trail, Boston Common, is the oldest park in the country. The park is almost 50 acres in size. The "Common" has been used for many different purposes throughout its long history. Until 1830, cattle grazed the Common, and until 1817, public hangings took place here. British troops camped on Boston Common prior to the Revolution and left from here to face colonial resistance at Lexington and Concord in April 1775.
6: Lauren and I enjoyed a fabulous French meal at the #1 rated restaurant in Boston
7: Breakfast at Jo's Place!
9: After walking the Freedom Trail, we had drinks at Cheers and went on a Sunset Cruise. After the cruise, dinner in the North End at Brecco's.
10: Some snaps from our sightseeing. Our last stop was the Isabella Stewart Museum, which is kept the way she left it in 1924.
12: Picnic at the Hyannis Beach Club!
14: The first cake for Christine's 40th Birthday. Champagne flowed!
15: Visiting Christine the morning of her birthday! | 4 | 0
16: A day of sailing on the Kennedy sailboat
17: Waiting on the dock
21: Hanging with Max Kennedy, Jr
23: Our Crew Charting the Course!
26: Jimmy the Sailor
27: Backyard Clambake
30: Nantucket Basket
31: Jo, Doug, Virginia, Jimmy, Lauren, and Diana took the ferry to Nantucket. Jo and Doug got bikes and ate lunch at the White Elephant Hotel...this was the view from our table.
32: Jo and Doug look for Helen and Joe of "Wings" - had a drink at the Club Car!
34: Our Bed and Breakfast - The Green Mountain Inn
35: Virginia's 84th Birthday