I’ve been laying low from posting about our Boston trip so as not to be disrespectful to the events transpiring in Boston.
Thankfully we were safe at home by Sunday night, the evening before the Marathon. Our entire long weekend was filled with events attended with marathon runners and observers, and our prayers continue to go out to all.
Boston is a beautiful and interesting city, reminding me in many ways of our hometown of Philadelphia.
Rich in beautiful architecture and historical buildings, Bostonians were warm and friendly, and we felt right at home there.
Always entertainment happening in and around Quincy Market.
It was there atop the steeple of the Old North Church where The lanterns were hung to signify the route taken by British troops. Upon seeing the lights, the British tried to break down the doors to the building while the Sexton escaped through a back window.
“Wacky Chad!” This guy was hilarious and very talented. You can visit his website…
Boston was a fantastic place to visit. If you’ve never been there I recommend it. Personally, we can’t wait to get back there and enjoy the food, history, and friendliness that city has to offer.