/// suburbanite in the city 2: Part VI - Of trails and taverns

Boston as the historical city it is has a pedestrian trail that goes through important landmarks of the American Revolution, the trail is marked with red brick pavers. It resembles that yellow brick road on the way to Oz. This road has no wizard at the end, there is the Bunker Hill Obelisk the Memorial built to remember the Battle of 1775 against the British. Also on the trail you can find The Green Dragon Tavern also called by some "The Revolution Headquarters" where the Boston Tea Party planned their amazing bit and also this venue was from where Paul Revere was sent out to Lexington with the coded message for John Hancock.

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