BC: DEPARTED | Boston | 17 Dec 2012 | Boston
FC: A Trip to Boston | sitesandstories.wordpress.com | by Jordan Hammond
1: Boston as a lot of things to do and see you can go down to Chinatown and get some food then hop on a trolley and go down to were the Boston massacre happened. Boston is one of the most low crime states but it is very pricey but there are a million things to do in Boston | /www.destination360.com | www.sfpnn.com
2: The first immigrant in Boston was William Blackstone. He settled in Boston in 1629. He later invited John Winthrop to come and live there. John later renamed the state Boston. Over the next two centuries Boston was know for the Puritan life. Boston has found both Harvard and Boston's Latin school. Boston also was well know for its shipbuilding. but in 1765 there was an stamp act which lead to the Boston massacre in 1770 and then came the tea act in 1773 with made the Boston tea party happen. Most of the people who lived in Boston were form London or around their they came searching for freedom from their king. | www.glogster.com
3: *Old North Church * Black bay * The Paul Revere house *Chinatown *USS constitution museum *Statue of Paul Revere *Bunker hill *Statue of Benjamin Franklin *New England Aquarium | www.taotaotasi.com
4: THE Boston Light HOUSE is a multi-venue performing arts centre in the Australian city of Sydney. It was conceived and largely built by Danish architect Jrn Utzon, finally opening in 1973 after a long gestation starting with his competition-winning design in 1957. | *Boston light house *Boston's tea party museum *USS Constitution museum *Statue of Paul R. and Benjamin F *bunker hill | www.twinfacesdesign.com | sitesandstories.wordpress.com
5: *freedom trail run *Boston mini speed boats *Boston Bike tours *Lessons on liberty *bites of Boston food tour *Boston duck tours *trolley tours * Red Sox baseball | www.123rf.com
6: AYRES ROCK/ULURU the world's largest monolith and an Aboriginal sacred site is Australia's most famous natural landmark. | They have there very own theater district and they preform over a thousand plays. | /www.boston-discovery-guide.com
7: This is a map of the beantown trolley it is a 90 minute ride around all the historic sights in Boston. there is over 17teen stops on the ride. When you buy a ticket you get a free 45 minute harbor cruise around Boston harbor or free entrance to the Mapparium | you can get pass either a one day trolley pass or a two day trolley pass. a one day costs 35.00: adult 15.00:child two day pass costs 44.00: adult 20.00 :child
8: SYDNEY TOWER | Well if you are coming from Kansas go when it is cold here because if you go when it is warm Boston WILL BE FREZZING. What i mean is that it will be rainy someday snowy left over form last week. Boston is on the border of the ocean so you kinda get the ocean water in your face but Boston is wonderful. Summer: *shorts *t-shirt *hat *sunglasses *tennis shoes (for walking) be ready for humid days and cold nights Winter: * Full winter gear *tennis shoes or water proof boots and be ready it many snow or rain all day so get ready for cold days and cold nights. | www.virginholidays.co.uk/ | web.mit.edu/
9: maybe run in to Chinese speaking people in Chinatown but they also know English and they serves food form any where. they serve a lot of seafood | http://www.courtyardboston.com/
10: Cheers museum | new south wales | 11 Dec 2012 | There is a place there where you can go and eat all kinds of different food shop and many different places like this Cheers museum form the hit show Cheers. | Well if you are coming from kansas go when it is cold here because if you go when it is warm Boston WILL BE FREZZING. What i mean is that it will be rainy somedays snowy left over form last week> Boston is on the border of the ocean so you kinda get the ocean water in your face but athere then taht Boston is worderful. Well if it is clod you must have these things: *A Coat *Scarf *Gloves *snow boots/warm shoes *Hat | www.currentfilm.com | http://dguides.com/
11: Boston is one of Australia's most famous beaches and among the world's most well-known beaches. The beach is roughly a kilometer long and is located on the east coast of Australia and is a suburb of the city of Sydney. | dear journal:Day 1 has we got ready to unload the plane in Milton, Boston i grew more and more excited i couldn't wait to see the hotel and i couldn't wait to see all of the historical sites. has we got of the plane and headed to baggage i smiled even bigger. when we finished everything at the airport it was 11 o'clock so we got in a cab which drove us to the hotel. has we exited the cab i caught a sight of the hotel Hampton Inn Boston/Braintree it was amazing. when we entered we saw the lobby and behind the front was a big brown clock i think that i never will forget. When we finished checking in we ask for a wake up call around 9 for we wouldn't miss a minute of the action in Boston.
12: dear journal:Day 2 it was eight when we wake up to excited to go back to sleep nine was the time we left to go see Boston. we were in Milton so for the first time in my life (yes how sad) i rode on a train. when we arrived in Boston 15teen minutes later i grinned we were moments away form being in Boston. As we exited the train we ran out of the train station and breathed in the Boston air. what to do now i thought what to do now. so we started to walk and we ended up at a trolley station called the bean town trolley we bought are tickets and enjoyed the ride to 17teen different spots. we stop at most of then like the Boston Massacre and the USS Constitution museum. when we finished that we went to the new england Aquarium. when the day was done we returned to the train station bordered the train and left for Milton again when we got back we laid down and fell fast sleep for we were ready for the next day to come.
13: Dear Journal: Day 3 we woke up later to day because my aunt would be joining us. we had big plans and i just couldn't wait to get them done. we arrived at the train station just in time to load on to the train for the 15teen minute ride to Boston. when we arrived we showed my Aunt all around when it hit 6 o'clock and when it was night we hopped on a subway (noting again this was my first time) and round all the way to a little market place. when we got there we headed over to the market. when we entered all around us was food American, Chinese, Mexican, and more. then there were little shops everywhere to and because am a Buddha fan i got a Buddha and chopsticks to go with all of my stuff. when we finished up we meet with my cousin who was also visiting Boston with her Friends. we talked and eat together then see went off on her own and we headed down to the cheers museum. when we finished we got back on the subway back on the train but to the hotel and passed out for this day was the most fun i think we have had here.
14: Dear Journal: Day 4 This was my last day in Boston and most of it i spent in the airport. we arrived at the airport at 4 o'clock because our plane wouldn't be here tell 5 so we got are drinks and are blankets and wait. but when it hit 5 the boards changed to delay then at 7 same thing eight, nine, ten and on and on. finally around 1 are plane arrived i was so tried that i sept the 3hours home and the 1hour form the airport. yes my time in Boston was great but i would have liked to stay in Boston then came back to Kansas.
15: AYRES ROCK/ULURU the world's largest monolith and an Aboriginal sacred site is Australia's most famous natural landmark. | Compare: *Boston and Overland Park are both nice places to visit *Boston an dOverland Park both have weird weather *Boston and Overland park have bad traffic | Boston VS Overland Park | contrast: *Boston is colder then overland park *overland park doesn't have many things to do *Boston is a more historical place.
16: the effect that is journey had on me was to explore a new place father away then i have ever been away of Kansas. it also show me that i a history nut about Paul revere and stuff that happened in Boston but in the 1700"s. this trip show millions of things about things that i had know idea were real and i can't wait to go back
17: Yes Bostons cold during the winters and humid during the summers and Yes you may catch a cold when you are there but Boston is just one of those place you will never forget. | "i guess god made Boston on a wet Sunday" Raymond chandler (American Writer, author of detective fiction,1888-1959)
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