Here are some shots from the trolley tour I took in Boston. It’s a beautiful city with a rich history.
This is Trinity Church, the only building in Boston (and only church) honored as one of the “Ten Most Significant Buildings in the United States” by the American Institute of Architects (AIA).
Here’s the beautiful Boston Public Library.
Some people look like they can walk on water.
Even a non-baseball-fan like me knows about Fenway Park and The infamous Green Monster.
The architecture in Boston is amazing.
The Massachusetts State House is recognizable by its gold dome.
A plaque dedicated to Paul Revere, patriot in the American Revolution.
Custom House, a skyscraper, near the waterfront.
One of the last remains of the elevated arterial road that used to cut through downtown. The road is underground now, thanks to a project called the Big Dig, America’s most expensive highway effort.