Damn Boston… you were AWESOME!! That was some crazy weather (flood warnings, continuous downpour), but still freakin’ awesome!
We camped in Littleton at Boston Minuteman Campground and parked our car at the train stop and rode the train into the city. One thing anyone should know visiting Boston, kids ride free on all public transportation. We ended up riding trains, subways, busses, and ferries while we were in the city.
We first went to Cheers and ate lunch. Then we were right by Boston Commons so we took a photo with a George Washington statue there. It was pouring rain but it didn’t stop us.
We next went to the USS Constitution, aka “Ol’ Iron sides”. The boys loved the boat and the museum because it had several interactive games for them to play.
We then took a ferry to the north end and ate the best cannolis we’ve ever had. Then we headed to Dolce Vita restaurant where we met the owner, Franco, and ate his yummy food. He was very warm and welcoming and created a wonderful atmosphere in his restaurant. He LOVED Houston and asked to take a photo with the boys and put it up on his wall.
We took a subway to the train station and then a train back to our car. It was a very long, but fabulous day!