Boston Fans Are the Best In the World
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Boston Red Sox and Celtics Caps in Different Colors (there are Yankees too)
Yankees Suck - oh yeah? Anything From NY probably?
Cow Parade entry at Quincy Market (Named "Main Streets and Back Roads of MOO England")
Boston Water front
Loooong Weekend : Boston Red Sucks? Of Course Not!
Toronto to Cape Cod
Boston Celtics (16 NBA championships and 28 Hall of Famers), Boston Bruins (12-time NHL League Champs) and of course the Boston Red Sox (2004 World Series Champs and has the longest running winning streak of the current season at 12 wins) - all Boston professional teams, we can also include New England (formerly Boston) Patriots (NFL champs of 3 of the last 5 seasons) and we have the most successful professional team from one state in the whole world!
That makes any true red-blooded Boston denizen a fanatic about his team sport. (Reminds me of the movie "Celtic Pride")
We passed by downtown Boston from Cambridge, driving through rush-hour traffic for 15 minutes (should've been shorter except for the many road constructions). We realized early on that it was better to be more familiar with downtown Boston by foot, thus we left the car at the hotel parking and walked our way to Quincy Market.
From the smell of the wharf, to the aroma of coffee and malt shops, one could know that Boston is a city with fun loving people. We passed by Cheers (inspiration for the hit sitcom with the same title) and realized - they didnt know our name. :)
After snorting the best tasting pizza in the whole of Boston, we slowly moved back to the wharf, waited for the sunset and started moving to our Bed and Breakfast in Kingston, Massachusetts.
We realized later, we saw the Basketball Hall of Fame, saw Harvard, we saw a little bit of Boston and all these we've seen, felt, smelled, heard and experienced, and we're just on our first day.