New England Vacation ~ Part 2 Boston

Today I’m going to recap the second part of our New England vacation.  If you missed Part 1, you can check that out here.

After enjoying 2 beautiful days in Cape, we packed up and headed into Boston.  The traffic was much better Sunday morning heading back in to the city.  The closer we got to Boston the heavier the traffic got, but nothing compared to what we experienced on Friday.  We returned our rental car to the airport and took a Lyft to our hotel.

While in Boston we stayed at the Hyatt Centric, Faneuil Hall.  Our room wasn’t ready so we checked our luggage and headed out to start seeing the city.  It was lunch time so we decided to eat at Union Oyster House since it was a short walk from our hotel.  It is the oldest, continuously running restaurant in the United States.  There is even a booth named after JFK because he ate there so often. The food was fine and we got to see a little piece of history, so we killed two birds with one stone. Next to Union Oyster House is Bell in Hand Tavern and it is the oldest tavern in the United States.

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