Anyway finding those Boston Pictures the other day made me want to look at more. So I picked some out.
Here are a few other downtown shots. This is the John Hancock Building.
The Boston Public Library
The balcony you see as you walk in.
The original part of Boston. The North End. That's the Old North Church in the background.
Pail Revere's house.
The North End is heavily Italian.
Faneuil Hall right. Historic building. Quincy Market left. Tourist trap, but can be fun.
The Constitution. "Old Ironsides" in nearby Charlestown.
The Swan Boats on the Boston Public Gardens.
A shot from the harbor.
I've lived around here my whole life and I have never been to Salem. I went to the beach there a couple of times when I was young but have never checked out any of the witch hysteria sites.
I've never been to the JFK Library. It was very close to where Arlene and I worked a few days back. I've been to Lowell Ma. many times but have never checked out it's historical sites. This is where America's industrial revolution began. It was the first planned city in America. So there are plenty of places to explore within three hours of my front door, depending on traffic of course.
I admit from time to time I will take a look at certain places I have gone, most of the time with Arlene. It's fun to look at them again, that's why you take 'em in the first place.
I'm outta here.