Attractions in Massachusetts|Boston North|Revere Beach

To the students of Kings Boston Language School in 2012, from different countries of Taiwan, Turkey, Japan, South Korea, Mexico, and Colombia, we went to Revere Beach in the north of Boston together. In spring, I wore shorts and short-sleeved sandals just to go to the beach, playing in the sand and looking at the sea. Because of the cold weather, I didn't dare to go into the water. I could only play and laugh on the shore.

Why do you want to go to the beach in May instead of summer? It has something to do with the language school. Everyone spends a different amount of time and can only take a limited time to visit a limited number of attractions. Or whoever has the ability to gather classmates to play together, especially when everyone comes from different countries and different classes, but can gather in a group to go out and play, forgetting how they did it in the first place.

There are two places in Boston that are popular in summer, namely, Revere Beach in the north of Boston and Cape Cod in the south of Boston. Revere Beach is a relatively convenient beach that can be reached without driving. Just take the MBTA Blue lIne to get there. The name of the station is Revere Beach Station. It takes about 40 minutes to get there from the Government Center Station.

There is also the International Sand Sculpture Festival in Revere Beach every summer in July. At that time, it is crowded with people, and there is enough time to go to the scenic spots. The coastline of the beach is very long, it will take a while to walk from start to finish, at least we just give up, haha! The sand here is very comfortable to step on, listening to the sea washing the coast, it is really comfortable, sitting on the beach in a daze, thinking of nothing, not wanting to leave at all.

Revere Beach

Address: 350 Revere Beach Blvd, Revere, MA 02151 USA


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