Walking Boston … the steps, floors, sidewalks, streets and pathways. Shots of them all … ya’ll will understand after looking at these photos just how important a good pair of walking shoes are when visiting Boston. Yea I have a thing about taking photos of where my feet land LOL
|Subway Escalator ... there were lots of stairs too and of course elevators, if needed.|
|We ate here one night, the live Irish music was great but way too loud and food was good|
but they had no truly traditional Irish food (except Fish n Chips).
|Not sure you can make it out but "Long Wharf" is etched in the stone.|
|Orange Line T ... dark and dank.|
|Freedom Trail beginning point|
|Brass Donkey on left and if you are in opposition you stand|
on the brass plaque with Elephants stamped into the 'shoe' soles.
|This was most trash we saw on Boston streets and its|
not even real LOL "Brass Trash".
|This bridge we walked across from Boston to Charlestown was a bit|
creepy ... you can see through the grates to the water below.
|If you haven't already figured it out,|
the red brick line is the Freedom Trail.
|Deck of USS Constitution|
|Green Line T|
|Long Wharf Decking|
|Blue Line T|
|Dirt paths in Plimouth Plantation (no, I didn't spell that wrong)|
|Crosswalks in Plymouth, MA ... they all looked like this.|
|Stair steps in the Highland Light Lighthouse, Cape Cod|
|Same Lighthouse ... more steps|
|Marconi Beach, Cape Cod|
|Marconi Beach, Cape Cod, no shells but lots of pretty rocks|
|Hyannis, Cape Cod, MA Beach ... lots of dried seaweed, shells and beauty|