Tuesday, September 29, 2015


We normally are not big city folks but we really enjoyed our, (way too short), visit to Boston.

Because we had to make reservations for the RV park and rental car months in advance we were not able to extend our stay to spend more time in Boston. Oh well, that means we will have to visit again!

We followed the advice from the wonderful folks at the Boston Minuteman Campground and took the subway into Boston. 

Another first for the hogboys.

Downtown Boston was amazing almost too much for us to take it all in. That is maybe why we did not take as many photos as we should have. 

The people that we met were great and so willing to answer our questions give directions when we needed, and suggest places to see.

We think we may have even seen Spidah-Man!

 We walked around Downtown Boston and Freedom Trail.

A must do for anyone that is a Revolutionary War History buff is the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum.

And even if you are not it is still a lot of fun.

Read about it here. (link)

 Of course we had to throw tea into the Boston Harbor.

Later that evening...

Boston’s only colonial tavern night experience.
The Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum invites you to a night of colonial merrymaking! Leave your 21st century troubles and cares behind, grab a mug of ale, and join the Sons and Daughters of Liberty for the best hospitality in all of 18th century Boston.

Revel with Samuel Adams, John Hancock, Dorothy Quincy and other prominent Bostonians as they lift their glasses in celebration, raise their voices in song and determine the fate of Colonial America! Sample rustic fare, play authentic games, learn boisterous songs and cheerful dance in a spirited colonial tavern atmosphere. Let joy be unfettered and laughter unchained with the Sons of Liberty and Daughters of Freedom!

H U Z Z Z A! Tavern Nights (link)

We dined with John Hancock.

Next time we will plan on several days in Boston! We had an amazing time, Boston you ROCK!