2022 proposal for Berettafest Boston, MA

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2022 proposal for Berettafest Boston, MA

Postby Pdog62279@gmail.com » Mon Aug 16, 2021 11:39 am

Berettafest 2022 couldn't be in any better a place than Boston, Massachusetts! Some our country's most humble beginnings started here in the 1600s and our freedom was born here during the Revolutionary War in Boston and the surrounding communities! In the city of Boston, you can tour the Boston Public Garden, get a ride on one the the beautiful Swan Boats, walk the Freedom Trail, see a baseball game at Fenway Park or even eat lunch or dinner 52 floors up in the Prudential Tower!
The city boasts a great harbor on the Atlantic Ocean, several beaches not too far away and a great city that offers shopping along Commonwealth Avenue or at the Historic Quincy Marketplace/Faneuil Hall, or even grab a drink at the famous "Cheers" Bar, which was the centerpiece of the popular 80s TV show Cheers. Not far away is North Shore/Cape Ann,or drive south the South Shore Cape Cod. Also nor far away is many state parks, great for hiking or small day trips to enjoy beauty preserved by the Commonwealth.
In the hub, the North End must be visited, which was a neighborhood that was adopted by Italian immigrants in the 1800s and, still today, boasts some of the finest delicatessens and Italian pizza Parlors. Drive to south Boston and you will be in the area settled by the Irish and to this day,still has some of the oldest Irish bars and Pubs.
So coming to Boston you'll hear some of the coolest slang still active today in our Bahstan lingo! Pahk ya Beretta hea!

Berettafest Boston itinerary:

Wednesday June 22 :
10am-2pm - Check In / Registration at the Hotel

3pm- Tour of the Boston Brewery. This is home of Samuel Adams beer. Get a tour of the facility and taste some of the finest home brewed beers, and some can only be sampled here, not available to the public at bars or stores!

6pm- Taco night at hotel and people are free to tour the city or do some shopping downtown.

Thursday June 23 :

10 am-2pm Get a tour of the USS Constitution, located in Charlestown/Boston, the oldest floating naval vessel in America! This great ship beat five British vessels to help us earn our freedom. Also while at the Charlestown navy yard, take a peak inside some naval museums and historical artifacts from that era.

3pm- group lunch at the historic Choate Bridge Pub in beautiful historic Ipswich,MA, one of the oldest towns in America. only about 50 minutes north of Boston, once off the highway it's a great drive!

6pm- enjoy go-Kart racing in Wilmington,MA at K1 motorsports

Friday June 24:
10am- grab a tour of the Larz Anderson Auto Museum in Brookline,MA This car emporium holds some of the oldest cars in the country including an 1899 Phaeton!

2pm- Take a drive back into Boston down Storrow drive and take a group photo of the cars with the Boston skyline behind us.

4pm - take a drive up to Middleton,MA where we can get homemade ice cream at Richardson's Ice Cream. Ice Cream is still made on site from the dairy cows that roam and graze right on the premises. Also right there is their own mini golf courses, two 18 hole courses and a driving range.

option: 60 miles north of Boston in Epping NH is New England Dragway where Friday night is 'Street night', and the public can test their cars to its limits and see the quarter mile times! race or watch from 6p to 10pm

option: while in New Hampshire, take a drive to Hampton Beach, strut your car down the boulevard next to the beach and grab some local food at the many small beach snack shacks.

Saturday:
10am : Head up to Concord,MA to see the battleground of Concord and Lexington where the infamous "shot heard round the world" started the Revolutionary War at the Minuteman National Park. You can get a guided tour and history lesson of how the war began and was fought and see historic houses and artifacts from that era.

2pm Picnic and Car Show at the park, three locations are open to the public and all have restroom and tables. Choices are: Minute Man Visitor Center Picnic Area, Hartwell Tavern Picnic Area,North Bridge Picnic Area

6pm Everyone is free to explore this area and see colonial history and lots of country drives including old route 2 which was one of the original highways and Ponyhendge in Lincoln,MA where the is a field filled with an abundance of mysterious rocking horses,or back to Boston where there is Bunker Hill Monument and state of the midnight ride of Paul Revere

Sunday: Say goodbyes and pack up until next year.



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