Notes, travel

BOSTON and the 4th of July

When we got to Boston, I was over the top.We rented a really nice 2 story apartment in the South End. It had 2 bedrooms, 1 living room, 1 small kitchen, a dining room, and 1 bathroom. We unpacked. My grandparents got there soon after us then they unpacked and we went to a restaurant called The South End Buttery for dinner. The next day for breakfast we went to The Beehive. The Beehive is a place for brunch and they always have live jazz. We sat right next to the band — it was awesome! After that we rode a trolley it was great. We got off at one of the stops and went shopping for our picnic at the Esplanade to watch the Boston Pops rehearsal for the 4th of July fireworks spectacular. The performance was spectacular, but very crowded. The next day was the 4th of July we got on a trolley and rode around. We finally got to the stop we were looking for the one that led us to the Boston Tea Party ships and museum. The Boston tea party ships and museum was so amazing, it was great because they had an actual tea box from the event, talking paintings, and great actors. Later we went to ride in a swan boat — it was fun! For dinner we went to Faneuil Hall the food at the food stands is amazing. After that we caught a cab back to the apartment. Then we went to the Boston Pops firework spectacular with guest stars Demi Levato and Nick Jonas. The whole thing was amazing. The next day it was time to leave but while we were leaving we stopped at Finagle-a-Bagel and Paul Revere’s house. After all of that it was time to go home to Hershey, PA.

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