|After about a 90 minute truck and subway ride we arrived in Boston at the Boston Common, a green area in mid-town that was created in the mid 1600's. From there we headed out on the "Freedom Trail", a 2 1/2 mile walk through downtown Boston that takes you past a majority of the historical landmarks. We saw the State House, the Old South Meeting House, Paul Revere's House and grave, the USS Constitution, and churches and graveyards dating back to 1660. It's pretty hard to comprehend that people were being buried here before Western Canada was even discovered. About the only thing we didn't see was the Bunker Hill Memorial and Museum, it was under renovation and closed. The USS Constitution was the last stop on our walk, and being ready for something to eat and a sit down we took a direct route back to Boston Common and the "T" station, "T" is what the Boston Subway system is called, that conveniently took us right past "Cheers". We got lucky and sat at a table right in the part of the bar that was used in the show. Good food and a pint of Boston Red Brick. It was then over to the subway, back to the truck, and on the way back to the trailer, a stop at Walmart, where a Sanyo HDTV took care of our woes from the night before.