Boston >Mass Ave Bridge
“we did not find the keys, but we had a great walk and the view was incredible.”
Double the pleasure with interesting panoramic views from each side of this legendary landmark..
Straddling the Charles River between downtown Boston and the city of Cambridge, this 2,034-foot span (officially known as the Harvard Bridge) was built back in the 1800s, and then rebuilt later in the century. Fun fact: Harvard folks felt smugly that their school deserved to have the bridge named after it. The rival brains down the road at MIT concurred when they did a structural analysis of the bridge and found it to be defect-ridden.
Along with four lanes for motor vehicles, there are walkways for biking, walking and running; loop routes are available. Don't miss a ride across the bridge when the sky is clear, night or day. On sunny days, be sure to check out the armada of sailboats on the river.
Lost Keys. I went on the mass. ave. bridge with a friend (female) at midnight to look for my other friend's keys which he had lost. we did not find the keys, but we had a great walk and the view was incredible.