Well first Gisella needed a bath before "going to town". We were in our trailer without conventional RV plumbing (more pictures of trailer to come) so we had to go old school.
she had a rubber duck so... she thought it was normal/acceptible :)
We took the commuter rail line from Plymouth (Ellis Haven Park/campground) to South Station
The boys were very excited about this mode of transportation to say the least
The rest of these pictures are not in exact order... Jude man making himself at home on the streets
Oldest tavern in the US
inspired by street performers...Jude puts on a show for those passing by :)
Willem noticing how old this street is
Someone kindly offered to take a family picture for us
Gi sulking in Paul Revere's kitchen garden because we wouldn't let her pick a pear off the tree
The stops were marked with these emblems on the sidewalk
The tomb stones were very goth looking...many of the people buried were young so the skulls represent death taking a persons life too soon.
this pulpit is still in service...one of the oldest in the US
Christian checking out a family booth
Hop scotch as a nod to the Latin school still open today that Ben Franklin and others (Adams, Paine, Hooper..) attended (founded 1635 making it the oldest public school in America). Since it's still open, it isn't open to public for touring (as far as I know).
Those little black dots are window washers...be still my heart that's scary.
street performance-they pulled Adrian in and jumped/flipped over his head :D
Well of course we had to get some gelato for Gigi at this shop
Old North Church
We walked from noon to around 5p. The kids were so done with walking by the end of the day. Worth it but bring a stroller...maybe a double one :)
Back to the station to ride home
And that was our day on the Freedom Trail in pictures :D