17 Chestnut Street B&B
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... parts of Australia I will be going to and we decided to meet up when I'm in Sydney. I like collecting friends around the world, it makes me happy :)
I also took a trip to the Montreal Canadien Hall of Fame which was kinda like the one in Toronto but specific to Montreal. It was obviously smaller than the hall of fame in Toronto but it was just as interesting.
I decided to go spend a couple of days in Quebec City, which is even more French than ...
... the we could already tell the architecture was interesting and the streets are clean. It
had been raining although still 18C. We would've enjoyed the walk much
much more if it wasn't for the grumbling bellies! Eventually we found 'The
Original Rattlesnake Bar'.
We stepped off the empty street and
into a cosy Bar where 'the game' was on, people sitting along the bar,
chatting, laughing ...
... courtyard. Afterwards we hang around in Copley Square, before making our way a block or two away. We don't seem to cover as much area as we did this morning, and I enjoyed the tour, but I do think this morning was so much better. More photo opportunities, prettier subjects, etc. My favourite part of this one, aside from the library and the friendly companions, was the cutie little Jack Russell who was having a whale of time swimming in the fountain :) *sated my Jasp cravings for a ...
... line of the day when i asked her if she knew where Pesky Poll was. She looked a the iron i beam in front of us and said it was right there. I laughed like hell because she could not see past that i beam in front of her toward the field and i was referring to the foul poll in right field. We worked our way back to the hotel after the game. The girls and i had dessert in the restaurant downstairs, then we all went to ...
... the bridge in a unit of measure unknown to man. He and his friends got drunk and decided to roll Oliver end over end to measure the bridge.
6) The Liberty Hotel used to be Boston Prison. Let's pause and soak in the irony of that name.
7) Boston's Victory Gardens were started back during World War II, and the waiting list to get one is currently around fifteen years (I think that's right).
8) The Symphony ...