We have a really cool walking trail about forty-five minutes away from our house.
It has a biking trail, walking trail, a field of flowers and wildlife, trees, and it has an old bunker and cannon from World War II.
It is so peaceful to go and walk there, although in the height of summer it’s a little too hot and there are normally quite a few tourists who stop to stretch their legs.
This was like a little walkway behind Old North Church^^
So the second day of Boston, we actually visited the Boston Museum of Fine Art (Boston MFA), but no one had a camera (I just wanted to appreciate the art without taking pictures). Which we later regretted a little bit =S
You can check what they’ve got going on here : http://www.mfa.org/
I was super impressed with the Museum of Fine Art, it was a beautiful building and it was SO BIG! Definitely plan what you want to see and see that first, ’cause you won’t get through the whole building in one trip!
I know, this ^^ picture isn’t Boston, but just outside Boston, at the birthplace of John Adams (yes, we got to visit there!).
I’m excited to continue sharing my trip!
So let me show you what we did:
Alright…………more about Mystic!!
Well, as you can see from above, we visited Mystic Seaport. They did have a museum (check out their website to plan your visit : http://www.mysticseaport.org/ ) but we did not go in it because it was a little pricey and just not that high up on our list of “must-do”.
Okay, I’m continuing to try to post things that I’ve actually done, thought, or made, but I’m having to pull stuff out from awhile ago because—I’m not doing too much right now =)
In 2014, I went on a trip to Connecticut / Massachusetts and one of the places I got to stop was Mystic, CT.
Growing up Western NY, we made sure to visit several places of some significance from time to time (although these pictures are from a trip back).
I can’t offer you much official info about Letchworth state park (visit here, maybe : http://www.letchworthpark.com/ ).
But I can show you some pictures!
If you haven’t seen this post, check it out.
Who doesn’t like to spend less and still get a great experience?
And while I haven’t yet traveled (I know, I know–it’s on my list!), I know I would not be one to spend recklessly.