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Red & green lights on top of John Hancock Building, Chicago at Christmas

Red & green lights on top of John Hancock Building, Chicago at Christmas

Resultado de imagem para boston

Resultado de imagem para boston

Taken from the John Hancock in Chicago. Pinned by #CarltonInnMidway - www.carltoninnmidway.com

Taken from the John Hancock in Chicago. Pinned by #CarltonInnMidway - www.carltoninnmidway.com

This is the  "Chart House" in Boston, MA. Located on Boston Harbor, it is today an upscale restaurant, but it was once John Hancock's counting house and is the oldest brick building in Boston. Hancock's safe is still visible, built right into the wall and there are many original timbers and artifacts including a massive pot hanging from the ceiling, the use of which has been forgotten. The food is phenomenal, the prices expensive but it has free valet parking for 3 hours...in the city!

This is the "Chart House" in Boston, MA. Located on Boston Harbor, it is today an upscale restaurant, but it was once John Hancock's counting house and is the oldest brick building in Boston. Hancock's safe is still visible, built right into the wall and there are many original timbers and artifacts including a massive pot hanging from the ceiling, the use of which has been forgotten. The food is phenomenal, the prices expensive but it has free valet parking for 3 hours...in the city!

Freedom Trail  Boston is the birthplace of the American Revolution! 2 ½mile red-brick road  self-guided map from any visitors center start @ Boston Commons Redcoats camped here Granary Burying Grounds graves of John Hancock, Sam Adams and Paul Revere, the Boston Massacre Site, and Paul Revere’s House. Stopfor lunch at Quincy Market. At the brand-new Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, kids can reenact the revolt by hurling tethered tea crates into Boston Harbor.   Gradeschool  www.bostonusa.com

40 must-see places to take your kids before they're grown

Freedom Trail Boston is the birthplace of the American Revolution! 2 ½mile red-brick road self-guided map from any visitors center start @ Boston Commons Redcoats camped here Granary Burying Grounds graves of John Hancock, Sam Adams and Paul Revere, the Boston Massacre Site, and Paul Revere’s House. Stopfor lunch at Quincy Market. At the brand-new Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, kids can reenact the revolt by hurling tethered tea crates into Boston Harbor. Gradeschool www.bostonusa.com

John Hancock Soars 94 Floors Chicago, IL

The John Hancock Building in Chicago, IL

John Hancock Soars 94 Floors Chicago, IL

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