April 2003
Boston MA, USA
Arthur was in Boston for work from April 1st until April 6th and spent a few days exploring the city. He saw Fenway Park, Harvard, MIT, Museum of Science, lots of malls, Beacon Hill, Boston Common, Boston Tea Party Ship and more.
 - (1970-01-01 2003) - Photo Album Amy Evenstad and Arthur de Wolf
1/19 Leaving on April 1st from Schiphol Airport with Northwest Airlines.
 - (1970-01-01 2003) - Photo Album Amy Evenstad and Arthur de Wolf
2/19 Checking into the Hilton Back Bay hotel on the afternoon of Friday 4 April. I had room 2307 on the 23th floor with a very nice view of the city.
 - (1970-01-01 2003) - Photo Album Amy Evenstad and Arthur de Wolf
3/19 The first few days were very cold with a lot of snow, rain and hail. This is the Massachusetts State House seen from the Boston Common park.
 - (1970-01-01 2003) - Photo Album Amy Evenstad and Arthur de Wolf
4/19 Fenway park where the Red Sox play baseball as seen from my hotel room. The first game of the season would be played the next Friday, so unfortunately no chance to see a game.
 - (1970-01-01 2003) - Photo Album Amy Evenstad and Arthur de Wolf
5/19 Fenway park was about 20 minutes walking from the hotel, which is what I did on Saturday morning.
 - (1970-01-01 2003) - Photo Album Amy Evenstad and Arthur de Wolf
6/19 After crossing the Charles River on the Harvard Bridge I arrive in Cambridge which is a town on the other side of the river from Boston. This is M.I.T., the famous Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
 - (1970-01-01 2003) - Photo Album Amy Evenstad and Arthur de Wolf
7/19 Inside the Museum of Science (www.mos.org) were I saw a lot of neat stuff.
 - (1970-01-01 2003) - Photo Album Amy Evenstad and Arthur de Wolf
8/19 Two bus/boats from Boston Duck Tours in the river as seen from the Museum of Science.
 - (1970-01-01 2003) - Photo Album Amy Evenstad and Arthur de Wolf
9/19 Acorn Street in Beacon Hill, which is an old area of Boston built on a hill. One brochure I read said this is the most photographed street in the United States.
 - (1970-01-01 2003) - Photo Album Amy Evenstad and Arthur de Wolf
10/19 This is the Bull and Finch Pub, which was used as the outside of Cheers for the tv show. The inside was used as inspiration for the show but it didn't look much like on tv to be honest.
 - (1970-01-01 2003) - Photo Album Amy Evenstad and Arthur de Wolf
11/19 Statue "Make Way for Ducklings" in the Public Garden, bronze statues by Nancy Sch?n.
 - (1970-01-01 2003) - Photo Album Amy Evenstad and Arthur de Wolf
12/19 Harvard Bridge and Charles River seen from hotel room on Sunday morning.
 - (1970-01-01 2003) - Photo Album Amy Evenstad and Arthur de Wolf
13/19 On Sunday I took the subway to Harvard Square of Harvard University.
 - (1970-01-01 2003) - Photo Album Amy Evenstad and Arthur de Wolf
14/19 The Financial District of Boston seen from Summer Street after I came out of the T (name of Boston subway) at South Station.
 - (1970-01-01 2003) - Photo Album Amy Evenstad and Arthur de Wolf
15/19 The Boston Tea Party Ship, which was closed 'due to circumstances'.
 - (1970-01-01 2003) - Photo Album Amy Evenstad and Arthur de Wolf
16/19 Taking a picture of myself with the timer in the harbor area.
 - (1970-01-01 2003) - Photo Album Amy Evenstad and Arthur de Wolf
17/19 A street in North End with a lot of Italian restaurants and shops.
 - (1970-01-01 2003) - Photo Album Amy Evenstad and Arthur de Wolf
18/19 Holocaust memorial near North End.
 - (1970-01-01 2003) - Photo Album Amy Evenstad and Arthur de Wolf
19/19 Old State House inbetween new tall buildings.