Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Paul Revere House

14 comments:

Malyss said...

Paul Revere, the man of the midnight run?! if yes, that's quite an old house..

brattcat said...

Good shot, chock full of memories.

SRQ said...

I love all the history in Boston.

JRO said...

No line. I was there about this time of year two years ago and had tickets to go inside, but ended up not using them as the line was long, the day was hot, and we were hungry. Loved all the history in Boston; I hope to go back sometime as we weren't able to see it all.

~Cheryl said...

Awesome! I do hope I get to visit Boston some day.

Irina said...

Wonderful city geometry.

cieldequimper said...

It looks so old!

Corker2 said...

I just love to read all about the History in Boston. The Home of Paul Revere is another place that I'd like to see for myself. Someday, I'll get up to Boston to see all this. If that old house could talk . . . I think that it would have allot to say.

Louis la Vache said...

Aside from the historical connection to the American Revolution, this house struck «Louis» as to how English/Northern European it looks in contrast to the Spanish-influenced designs ici dans l'ouest.

T. Becque said...

Neat! I've not seen it from this perspective before with the other buildings around it.

B SQUARED said...

Seems so out of place.

Marie-Noyale said...

I heard about him the first time when I was helping my kids with their social studies tests!!!

Martina said...

It's nice how you managed to get all the other buildings in the photograph. Emphasises the different style of the house.

Levonne said...

Nice subject!