We drove our car to the metro in Boston, otherwise known as the 'T'. We rode it down to the Boston Common where we could pick up the Freedom Trail and Faneuil Hall.
One of the best decisions we made was to get a two day pass on the Old Town trolley tour. It was a great way to get around Boston. The drivers/guides are very good and have a lot of interesting details.
Freedom Trail past the Granary Burial Grounds (cemetery) - the resting place of Paul Revere, John Hancock, Samuel Adams and others.
It wasn't the original Cheers Restaurant, but it was just like the other one in another part of town and we enjoyed our meal.
We got off near Fenway in time to walk around the old ball park and take it in. It is really a memorial experience.
We had a great time in Boston and have to come back. There is way too much to see in a few days.
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