This is part of an 18 week, 7,532 mile, Vanabode road trip detailed in the
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Boston is another one of those massive cities where typical couples spend two hundred to three hundred dollars per night for a hotel room, fifty dollars or more for a weekend worth of parking, ten dollars each for breakfast, twenty dollars each for lunch, and thirty dollars or more each for dinner, plus attraction costs. This, along with severe time restraints, is why so few Americans ever experience the big remarkable American cities like San Francisco, New York City, Boston or Chicago.
Many couples spend seven hundred dollars or more to sample Boston for one short weekend. We spend two full days here from the crack of dawn until the sun goes down, yet spend only one hundred fifteen dollars total including twenty dollars each for subway tickets. When you Vanabode you get ninety percent of the experience for ten percent of the price.
Above: Picture of Kelly and Jason posing on the Democratic Donkey which you will come across while on the 2.5 mile Freedom Trail. Following the brick-lined Freedom Trail will take you to 16 historic sites.
Above: Picture taken while walking the historic neighborhood of Beacon Hill. Lots of streets and facades with character and beautiful landscaping.
Above: Picture of Old State House in Boston. Modest in size compared to the surrounding structures.
Boston art gallery museum and library all rolled into one glorious incredible place.
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