As we got to the starting point of the tour we noticed that the tour guide was dressed up like a colonial woman from America. This made the experience even more enjoyable. She was a very enthusiastic woman and we could instantly tell she loved her job. She told us the story about America’s freedom like it were a bedtime story. We were all very interested in hearing what was going to be happening next. We learned about different events that happened throughout the freedom movement; different names as well. Names like John Hancock, Paul Revere, Samuel Adams, etc. I won’t spoil the story for you - you will have to go and hear it for yourself.
To end our lovely evening, we decided to grab lunch at PAUL, a nice French cafeteria. It is a very cozy and cute place that you should definitely visit when you are in Boston. It is right in front of Faneuil Hall, so you won’t have a lot of trouble finding it. The menu is delicious, and thankfully they have student friendly prices; I got a ham and cheese sandwich with a chocolate éclair and tea as my drink and it was all $10, meaning you can have a good, complete and delicious meal without spending an outrageous amount of money.
I really hope you take advantage of living in Boston and visit as many cultural sites as you can! Boston is such a historical city for the United States; you need to know what happened and why it happened. Boston is way more than the Red Sox or the Celtics. It is a spectacular and vivid city with a lot of stories behind the Charles River. I hope you get to explore just like I am, and someday you’ll get the chance to tell your experience just like I have done.