Welcome back to my staycation recaps! Make sure you read about Day 1 and Day 2 as well.
JFK Presidential Library and Museum since it was inside and the weather was suppose to clear by the afternoon.
Commonwealth Museum. This is a free museum about Massachusetts history and holds several original documents including the Constitution from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts from 1780. It is authored by John Adams and still is the oldest written constitution still functioning as a foundation for government.
Pizzeria Regina known for Boston's best pizza since 1926. I figured we would keep going w/ the history lesson and even eat someplace w/ historical value! Ha!
Fenway Park. You can't come to Boston without taking a tour of the oldest ballpark! There is just as much to look at outside of the park as there is inside! So if you ever visit make sure you walk around the entire perimeter or the park!
the curse of the bambino was over and the Red Sox won! Then again in 2007 just to keep the fun times going. We're hoping for another World Series title to add to the list. . . maybe this year?!
Oh and I bet you are wondering what the red seat in the mix of all the green seats is?! That is where Ted Williams hit the longest home run ever in Fenway - 506 feet to be exact. He was known for hitting home runs to the bleachers and to commemorate him this seat was painted red!
Anyways tangent. Sorry.
We had a great time on the tour. I highly recommend it if you ever come to Boston!
After the tour we went home and pretty much crashed. We were exhausted from the busy days of sightseeing. We went to bed early so we could squeeze in a visit to Newport the next day before going to the Red Sox vs Rangers game. Stay tune for my final recap!!!