1 day in Boston

I’ll be in Boston tomorrow visiting my sister. We know we’re going out for breakfast in the morning and at 6:30 we’re having dinner at Antico Forno at 93 Salem Street. In between I’d like to see Paul Revere’s House but there are other options.

For example, many people enjoy the musicians and jugglers at Quincy Market’s cobblestone promenade before they shop or dine in the historic Greek Revival building. But fewer take advantage of the tours led by National Park Service rangers in Faneuil Hall. A staycation is the perfect time to get reacquainted with this elegant building, referred to as the “Cradle of Liberty,” where both John Hancock and Frederick Douglass spoke about the issues of their day. Free tours of the 18th-century structure, expanded in 1806 by Charles Bulfinch, begin every half hour.

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