The Granite Stonestone in Charlestown, Boston, is said to be one of the earliest American monuments to the Battle of Bunker Hill between British and North American Colonial Militias (well, I admit I'm looking at it now) Now this is the terminal of Boston's Freedom Road. If the weather is good, you can walk all the way from Boston Park ～. The only way to think of the top of the stone tablet is to climb a total of 294 steps. Numbers are also marked at intervals so that the breathless climber has a number of stone tablets in his heart. In fact, there is only a small space, but looking out through the small windows on all sides, I immediately feel that climbing the building is worth it ～
I went very early, almost 2016, it should be November, it is very cold, the weather is not very good, but it is really a good place to know the history of the founding of the United States.
The road to freedom (The Freedom Trail) is a red brick street between Boston Park (Boston Common) and Charlestown, which stretches more than 3 kilometers in twists and turns. Along the way, it is more than 17th and 18th century buildings, churches and sites of the War of Independence. It is an important road to the historical development of Boston. It's also a tourist attraction that the Boston government has been promoting.
The environment here is pleasant and the scenery is a good place for people to travel and enjoy the holiday and entertainment
The road to freedom is the historical and cultural center of America. The first is the beginning of the road to freedom, which is also near Boston Park, the most famous memorial hall of Robert. It is convenient to follow the signs and don't worry about getting lost. If you feel too tired to walk, you can go to Quincy Market to sign up for the tour bus on the road of freedom, and there are explanations on the bus. Every historic attraction will be parked, very intimate. Walking all the way, all the way to the history of the United States, cultural and historical buildings, can be said to be the most in-in way to understand the history of the United States. There are many famous restaurants along the way, passing through the Italian street is so lively, many Italian snacks, among them some famous Italian restaurants, are lined up for dining, a country two experiences. The last picture is the oldest restaurant in the United States, where the Boston Lobster is especially famous, you must book your seat in advance when you go through, and you can eat right back, super recommended, there is a lounge bar inside, if you can sit down and have a drink. The Bunker Hill Monument ends on the Freedom Road. There are many interesting and fun places on the road, so be sure to allocate your time, and you can probably just walk through it in a day.
Boston has long been known to have the most numerous American sites, along the winding road to freedom, 16 attractions and many 17th and 18th century houses, churches and sites of the Revolutionary War. Take a day, the United States "Genesis" to understand a general, along the way can find a variety of food, you will be sure to remember!