Paul Revere & North End
Paul Revere (Late December, 1734May 10, 1818) was an American silversmith and a patriot in the American Revolution. The North End is a neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts. /5
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Wonderful photos of the Paul Revere Mall and the statue of Paul Revere in Boston's North End by
But then, I'm the person you might have passed by in the North End, spending my Friday night crying outside Paul Revere's house.
Stopped by my buddy Paul Revere's house in the North End, he owns a nice truck...
PAUL REVERE MALL, 12:22 A.M. In the North End, a ghostly revolution was being led by Aerosmith’s Joe Perry, who...
We had such a great time on our trip to New England. We flew out on the 24th and got back yesterday. There were a few cold and rainy days, but we made the best of it. The girls and I walked EVERYWHERE we could, I'd say we walked at least 5 miles a day :) They loved using the transit system too. We visited Boston Commons, Public Garden, Charles River Esplanade, Cheers, Boston Public Library, Faneuil Hall/Quincy Market, Paul Revere's home, the site of the Boston Massacre, Waterfront, and Christopher Columbus Park. We walked the Freedom Trail, Theater District (where our hotel was), Chinatown, the Financial District, Downtown, the North End, the South End, and other places in-between. We ate at many different restaurants and eateries. The girls decided they love clam chowder and I need the recipe, while I decided Lobster Roll just isn't my thing. Friday we got rained out at the park so we went to the AMC Loews Theater (huge and gorgeous) and we saw The Muppets Most Wanted. On Saturday we drove up to Salem MA ...
Fenway, Paul Revere stuff, Sam Adams' grave, and the North End today.
I took travelling stuffy to the North End to visit Paul Revere's House and statue.
On this day in 1940 the Paul Revere statue was unveiled in the North End of Boston
Proof: Paul Revere is a Bruin...and a Celtic, and a proud member of Red Sox Nation. @ North End
Walked the Freedom Trail today, with these site visits- Boston Common, North End, Paul Revere's House, Quinc
Enjoy walking together as teams, starting at Boston Common, the “oldest public park” in America . See and visit great sights like Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market & the North End, home of Paul Revere & the Old North Church, where 2 lanterns signalled Paul Revere on his famous Midnight Ride! Your students will learn about famous people, places & historic events like the American Revolution, Boston Massacre, Boston Tea Party and much more! See the gold-domed Massachusetts State House atop Beacon Hill, Granary Burying Ground, where Samuel Adams, Peter Faneuil, John Hancock, Ben Franklin’s parents and Mother Goose are buried, too.
People love photographing the Paul Revere statue in the North End
I was very apprehensive. I just did not want to make this trip. But my sister took care of everything. My wife and my sister were firm, I had no choice. I needed to go. I stepped off the plane, right here at Logan Airport, less than twelve hours ago. I met up with my brother Adrian, within an hour we're walking around the North End. Of course, we went to Mike's Pastry then over to The Old North Church. We walked by the oldest wooden building still standing in Boston, Paul Revere's House. We talked. I've walked these streets hundreds of times but to me, the North End will always be Patty Sev's (the woman responsible for introducing my wife and I) old neighborhood. Adrian and I walked down by the water, I pointed out the apartment building near the Tobbin Bridge that Patty (my wife, Patty) and Linda (Patty's life-long friend) lived in. For those of you who know the story... this is the apartment maybe 24 years ago, that my brother Christian invited (if I remember correctly) Peter Allen, Phil Shappler, Eric ...
things I did today: 1) got up at the butt crack of dawn and went for a swim (a very short swim) with Tracy Boughton Kerr 2) went on the Duck Tour with Steve Adcook 3) walked thru The Public Gardens and Boston Commons 4) saw Paul Revere's house and Old North Church 5) ate lunch in the North End 6) went shopping at Faneuil Hall (and once again bought nothing- WTH???) ambled through Old Granary Burial Ground 7) successfully relocated to Cousin's house in Newton 8) figured out the T 9) went to Red Sox game- saw Bobby V lose his mind. sox lost, but still fun... tomorrow? goals are Freedom Trail and Mapparium/Mary Baker Eddy Museum... let's see how much I can actually do.
Hello from Albany, New York! FYI, don't travel through the Albany area at this time of year if you need to stop for the night. Turns out it is State baseball & softball tournament time! After about a dozen calls we finally found one of the last 4 rooms available that wasn't over $200 per night! So we departed our "Rest Stop" in Warrick, R.I., just outside of Providence, after a full 36 hours of just resting, at about 10:00 am and headed up the road to the Wicked Cool city of Boston! Walked our way up and around the Freedom Trail (marked on the streets & sidewalks with red bricks or red paint) and saw Paul Revere's house, The Old North Church, Bunker Hill, and many other historic sites over the couple mile long path. Ended up at the North End and toured the U.S.S. Constitution, the oldest active duty war ship in the world! It was one of the 1st navy ships built for the new country of America and was named by George Washington himself! It was later nicknamed "Old Ironsides" after it defeated 5 British ...
For those in Boston for the first time, we recommend visting the city's North End neighborhood where you can not only enjoy the delicious Italian cuisine, but also a variety of historic landmarks such as Paul Revere's house and the famed North Church. Boston.com offers some great insider tips on this charming neighborhood.
Steve Martin perform `Me and Paul Revere' with bluegrass band Steep Canyon Rangers in front of The Paul Revere House in the North End of Boston.
On the night of April 18, 1775, silversmith Paul Revere left his small wooden home in Boston's North End and set out on a journey that would make him into a legend. Today that home is still standing at 19 North Square and has become a national historic landmark. It is downtown Boston's oldest buildi...
Ate at a nice little restaurant in the North End (Little Italy) of Boston. About 1 block from "The Old North Church" and Paul Revere's house.
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