We decided to rent a car with the "Never Lost" GPS system, and I'm very glad we did. After we left the airport we headed to Lexington/Concord area. "Little Miss Never-Lost" took us through the Ted Williams Tunnel to the MIT and Harvard area. it probably wasn't the quickest way to get to where we were going, but we did get to Harvard which was not on our list of things to do.
We made it to Lexington. The first thing I noticed is it wasn't really what I was expecting at all. I don't know why, but I thought it would be un-altered battlefield even though it really makes no sense that it would be. Anyway, we took a tour of Buckman Tavern and walked through a grave yard near the Lexington Green. After that we headed to Concord. We drove through down before heading to the Old North Bridge. We then headed back to Concord and walked through Sleepy Hollow Cemetary. We tried to find "Author's Ridge", but never did. It probalby would have helped if we would have driven though instead of walked.
We then set "Little Miss Never Lost" for Gloucester, Mass. We wanted to see the "Man at the Wheel" statue and eat some very fresh seafood. We made it there just before dusk. We took some pictures and video of the statue and the seawall, before trying to find a restaurant. Suprisingly, we didn't see that many restaurants. We did find the Gloucester House Restaurant. It was a more upscale and pricy than we were looking for, but pretty good anyway. After dinner we headed to our hotel near the airport.
We got to the Four Points in Revere, checked in and then immediately went accross the street to Big Lou's Bar and Grill for a few beers.