Battery Wharf is close to North End where there is no shortage of Italian restaurants. Hanover Avenue is one of the oldest streets in Boston and has numerous restaurants, cafes and churches. We ate at Bricco Ristorante, Ristorante Fiore and Florentine Cafe. All fabulous! I don't think you could wrong with a restaurant on Hanover Avenue.
Boston is so easy to get around. Water Taxis, subways, taxi, Beantown Trolley or just walking. We chose to walk. We took in the 2.5 mile Freedom Trail into History. We decided to do the self guided way which was easy. You follow the legendary red-brick path around the downtown area to historic sites. At our pace, we took about 90 minutes. Wear good shoes!
Of course, every trip to Boston would not be complete without a stop at Cheers Bar in Beacon Hill. It was kind of cool to see this old bar where everyone knows your name!
Take me out to the ball game. We missed Fenway Park as there were no games on at the time. I guess we could have taken a tour, but hey I am definitely coming back and I will catch a ball game when I do.