Boston, the capital city of Massachusetts is located at the mouth of Charles and Mystic rivers on the East Coast of the United States of America. It acts as a natural harbor being situated at the Massachusetts Bay shaped by the sea. Even though it doesn’t cut the mark of being in the top 20 most populous cities in the USA, Boston plays an outsized role in national existence with huge sports teams, universities, and significant American history. A considerable amount of the land being surrounded by sea leaves the visitors philosophizing about its ethnic and cultural heritage. The unsung history of Boston talks about the national consciousness thanks to the widespread cultural heritage of the city.
It is a scenic city that thrills the heart of the inhabitants and tourists with a plethora of beauty spots. Since its inception in 1630, it has been the focal point of America’s social, political, and cultural life that serves the national interest. There are a multitude of places in Boston to explore and the best option to do so is by foot, there is a reason it is called ‘The Walking City.’ The pedestrians can take a tour of Freedom Trail where a two-and-a-half long trail traces its way through 16 historic sites; checkout both the sides of Charles River and cover spots that were pivotal in America’s quest for independence. It is home to two most prestigious universities viz. Harvard and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Talking about catching these memories, iPhones are a great way to freeze moments and cater to an enriching travel experience. Its pixel-perfect and high-resolution camera serves the cause and makes the trip even more exciting and engaging.
The Freedom Trail
Boston has its rich diversity which can be unearthed by walking through the 2.5-mile red line leading to the 16 nationally prevalent historic sites. Treasured by the citizens of Boston, the Freedom Trail is a place for museums, churches, meeting houses, burying grounds, parks, and more that narrate a story of their own. It is a rich tourist spot that attracts visitors from all the continents and deciphers a unique travel experience. Travelers can pick up brochures on sites at Visitor Center located in Boston Common to kick-start their tour heading to State House. The Freedom Trail was conceptualized by local journalist William Schofield who emerged with the idea of linking all the significant spots of Boston via a trail. The exciting suburban area of the trail offers exciting spots to the travelers which they can unravel and have a quenching experience.
It is also eminent as ‘Cradle of Liberty,’ declared by the father of the nation. Faneuil Hall was constructed by Peter Faneuil who implied one condition on opening this market hall that it would always be available to the tourists or public. It is segregated in floors where the ground floor is preserved by market stalls for over 70 retailers and 40 office tenants occupy this celebrated festive marketplace. Buyers relish exceptional, close by loved, and countrywide renowned shops while delving in the global cuisine at its restaurants, pubs, and in the world-famous Quincy Market Colonnade that includes Quincy Market, North Market, and South Market now imbibed by shops, restaurants, and exhibitions. Faneuil Hall stands on top of the list for things to see in Boston and also to rejoice the world-recognized street performers and musicians. Nowadays it has become a trend to click selfies and pictures in landscape; what better choice for taking these than iPhone that delivers picture-perfect quality.
Boston Common and Public Garden
Situated at the bosom of the city dwells lush green America’s firstborn park that stands at the start of the Freedom Trail. It is stormed by locals around the year and also has several idols and Central Burying Ground with an ecstatic experience for the locals to enjoy the boating experience in luxurious outdoors of garden. Here, there are pontoon Swan Boats that float on the pond in lavish garden and offer a serene and pacifying practice. Visitors can enjoy the Frog Pond here from November till mid-March, adore the spring blossoms and fall foliage colors shimmering in its surface, and in summertime, celebrate youths splash about in the splashing pool. Alongside lies America’s oldest botanical garden that provides a stupefying view also with the center of Swan Boats that are one of their kind. As goes without saying, these spots can be savored with clicking pictures for the stupefying view of the park using iPhones, Android Phones, or even any mobile camera or DSLRs. Herewith the most novices technologies adopted iPhone stands out in the race.
Museum of Science
It is a major museum of Science and Technology that was founded in 1830 as the Boston Society of Natural History. The primary features of the museum exhibit topics viz. rocks and minerals, plants, mounted animals, computers, human body, and more. The museum encourages having hands-on experience of science and technology but is not restricted to children, even adults can rejoice the familiarity of these 700 permanent science experiences exhibited by stage presentations and imitaters. The pivotal elements that go hand-in-hand with science and technology are 65-million-year-old fossil, electricity dome, and Butterfly Garden that has a traversing path with butterflies afloat, grandeur plants, an animal center, a meteorological center to learn about weather forecast and other thrilling opportunities. This again takes one to an enthralling overall experience which can be captured in shots by iPhone and other camera or mounted devices.
If you are in Boston and striving for which gadget pairs up best with your necessities temporarily then iPhone may just be one of your most preferred options. This is where we can lend you a hand in selecting iPhones for rentals and make your trip even more memorable. In case you would like to rent iPhone for your tour you can visit our website where you can select the model you like the most.