Boston’s Green Pathways is now available as a QuietGuide. This tour was written and photographed by Ken Lovering who watched the city transform into a great walking city as its elevated expressway was banished underground, making way for the new Rose Kennedy Greenway. Ken is a Solas-Award-winning travel writer and has written for many travel publications. He esplains, “Boston boasts a larger-than-life history. After all, the events that unfolded here founded a nation. But the heart of this city, its intimate and lovely green spaces, have an intimate feel that is best explored by foot. And with the recent opening of the waterfront Rose Kennedy Greenway, you can walk across Boston almost completely in parklands. Strap on your walking shoes, and you’ll see some of the city’s most historic buildings and places, with ghosts of patriots at every corner. And you’ll learn about some of Boston’s curious moments in history that featured elephants and a flood of molasses.