We have had the pleasure of visiting Boston many times: graduations, family vacations, family reunions; work and play. Always interesting, always enjoyable.
This time, we spent the afternoon at the Faneuil Hall Marketplace neighborhood. Faneuil Hall, built, by Peter Faneuil, was designed to house a marketplace. Impetuously, he decided to incorporate a meeting space which proved to be quite an important part of the city’s history. This is where the “Sons of Liberty” would gather to discuss and plan the American Revolution. As a matter of fact, the red line designating the route of the Freedom Trail passes right through the ground floor!
We took a trip down TV memory lane; shopped and then were rained out by a big thunderstorm that disrupted airport schedules, flooded streets and forced most tourists into restaurants and pubs. We took shelter in the Zuma Restaurant (really good Tex-Mex food!)