Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Highlight of Hitting the Freedom Trail

There isn’t a smidgen doubt in my mind that a lot of the culture, history and roots that solely belongs to the people of Boston lies in their ability to stand together and stand strongly in the midst of trouble. Hence, I completely agree with it when Boston started promoting itself with the slogan, ‘Boston Strong’. You can feel the sense of pride whenever you hear the words uttered. As can be seen, as far as festivals are concerned, people best know the city for hosting Boston Tea Party event every year, without fail. And if you are here for a Boston bus rentals vacation with your loved ones this time of the year, you are going to be absolutely thrilled with the sheer number of activities going on. It is, after all, the end of the year.
The same way you should take a Boston charter bus ride to see Lady Liberty when you are in New York, one should not miss the chance to hit Freedom Trail when in Boston. It is one of the first historic walking tours in the country. To prepare yourself for what entails, try Google search up Boston’s Freedom Trail guide and you are good to go. Not only will the walking tour give you a respite from sitting out a long journey in the charter bus, coach charter, mini bus, party bus, transportation charter, mini bus or school bus, you will get the chance to learn about America’s most notable and important history
It all begins at The Old North Church which was built all the way back in 1723. It continues to be the oldest active church in Boston. Other churches may have survived pretty much the same history as The Old North Church but the fact remains, it was at this premise that ‘The British are coming’ was shouted. It was also at this very church that Robert newman climbed atop the church to warn Paul Revere about the oncoming American Revolution.
Don’t miss the chance to snap a picture of yourself with the Paul Revere statue located nearby the building. You will pass the statue during the walking tour.
Paul Revere’s home has been turned into a historical landmark today and it continues to enjoy much fame and attention from foreign tourists and visitors from out of town today. Its dark shutters may have shut out the dark history behind it but from a charter bus visitor’s point of view, this man’s contribution serves as a beacon of light for local Bostonians till this very day.