I base a majority of my travel on history that interests and intrigues me. I am an avid cemetery photographer and when I visit a city, it's usually because there are very, very interesting cemeteries in the area. I like spooky, gothic places...Edinburgh is a great example, I think I could travel there all the time! I am a longtime shelter volunteer and have met people around the world who share my passion for animal welfare. I love books, history, cemeteries, skulls and cats! Castles are good too!
1. The Capital Building has a nice tour and it's filled with beautiful artwork. 2. Fort Hunter always has a festival going on during the weekends and the Mansion can be toured. 3. Negley Park in Lemoyne has a wonderful overlook of the city. 4. City... See More
If you love history, you need to do the Bells and Bones tour King's Chapel. You visit the church steeple and the catacombs below the church. Very cool. They have this same tour at Old North Church You climb the same... See More
Well I'm sure during the 4th there will be fun, unique stuff all over but what we like to do is hang out in Greenwich Village, have lunch The Blind Tiger the greatest little place with simple, good food and great beer..if you like beer! Later... See More
You can do the T rather easily. Download a map online. I also just took a cab from Logan to the North end of Boston and it was $30 with tip (and there was a toll coming into Boston) I've done both public transportation and cab. Both have merits. See More