Given Dad is a super runner, Sydney had the opportunity to visit Boston for the 114th running of the Boston Marathon. However, the race wasn’t the only attraction here so we had lots to see. First stop was the top of the Prudential Building to get a bird’s eye view of everything.
Sydney was excited for Boston because Kim told her there is a lot of good seafood there. And Sydney really enjoys fish. We ate at Legal Sea Foods one day and they had a lobster on the children’s menu. Sydney was ready for that!
Lots of old churches as you walk around Boston. We found Sydney in here confessing something. Would have loved to know what it was!
Everybody was talking about this Paul Revere guy so we found a big statue of him in a park. That’s the famed Old North Church in the background.
And the park was named after him too! Must have been quite a guy.
Sydney went on a tour through his house. Its the oldest home in Boston built around 1680. Very tiny inside yet Paul lived there with his wife and 16 children. You don’t even get your own room if you are a kid living there. How bogus!
Sydney went into the Old North Church to see what that had to offer. Apparently, its more like a maze. When you go to church there, you get your own little box with a door to keep all the kids contained.
We stopped by Bunker Hill to see what it had to offer. It was the first grassy area we had seen in Boston so the girls were running all over the place.
Here are the girls with our traveling companions. It was great having them along for the ride in Boston!
Sydney had a great time in Boston and she even got a hat to prove it!