Walking the Freedom Trail in Boston

How to see Boston on foot, and learn a bit history while doing it.

Boston is a fairly compact city, and chalk full of history. Due to this it is a fairly easy walking city, and they have made it easy to see the highlights of the history of the city (which shaped the USA as we know it today.) By following the Freedom Trail, you can find the highlights of the things we learned in school (and by “we”, I mean if you grew up in the States).

The Freedom Trail is a 2.5 mile walk throughout the city (which is marked on the sidewalks to lead you in the…

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I am a traveler that enjoys nature, Disney, history and true crime.

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