After having fun walking around Boston Common and Boston Public Garden we headed towards the Charles River, which is pretty close to Boston Common. Tate loved walking there, especially when it included a walk up and down ramps and over a bridge just like the one near the East River. Which is near our apartment building.
Poor Tate got excited once we were over the bridge because he saw a playground. Sadly it was very clear that the playground was designed for much older children and there was nothing he could play on. Poor little man!
The Charles River is a 129km stretch of river used a lot for rowing, sailboating and dragon boating. So, it was no surprise that we could see some boats in the distance.
On our way to dinner in Chinatown, we happened to stop past the Granary Burial Ground. Some of Boston’s most well known historical figures are buried at this graveyard. Two such such historical figures are Paul Revere (a patriot in the American Revolution) and Samuel Adams (one of the Founding Fathers of the United States).