Friday, July 28, 2006

Boston

Yesterday we visited Boston. It was hot and humid. Here are a few impressions...

This is a presidential campaign poster for LaRouche in Downtown Boston yesterday:

Revere St and Charles St in the Beacon Hill Neighborhood:

Boston's Old State House, which dates to 1713. This building served as the first headquarters for British government in Boston and was later a landmark in the early days of the founding of the United States:

3 Comments:

Blogger Expat Traveler said...

looks like abeautiful place to me! Guess who I saw last night? Christina from hannover. :) She's vacationing in Vancouver to visit her family.

5:51 PM  
Blogger James said...

Cool...I would love to meet Christina. Tell her hello from James.

5:30 AM  
Blogger CocteauBoy said...

I found Boston to be slightly terrifying. The people we came across were very quick and sharp in their judgments of our being "from out of town," and we were not treated friendly in any way. Oh, and driving around? Forget it. It was a nightmare. The more conservative an area gets, the more constipated it gets, too, I s'pose. The road system is a mess. Still, it WAS pretty there.

Troy

10:11 PM  

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