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... the border into Massachusetts. The New England scenery continues to captivate us as we drive along.
This is another really picturesque area to visit. The thing that you notice immediately is the number of Cranberry Bogs in the area. There are acres and acres of them.
are the number one agriculture commodity of Massachusetts. They are mainly grown in the Cape
... in Boston and once housed the royally appointed and then the freely elected members of the Assembly of Massachusetts Bay Colony. On the ground floor was the merchant's exchange, the beginnings of today's stock market. This was also the site of the Boston Massacre in 1770 where 5 men were killed in a clash between the British Troops and Colonists. One of the victims was the first black American to die for a patriot cause, Crispus ...
... again, I am so fortunate to be a patient at The Dana Farber-Brigham & Womens Cancer Center (DF-BWCC). Dr Maria Castells is a world expert and pioneered an allergy desensitization procedure for safely receiving medicine one needs when there is a likelihood of an allergic reaction. Not many places in the USA have the capability to do this. I don’t know what happens at hospitals that don’t have this expertise. Perhaps the drug protocol for the patient is changed. ...
... to Holland and set up a life there. They noticed that their children were becoming “too Dutch” so this lead them to the New World. Originally there were two ships that were sailing to the New World. Unfortunately, once they set sail, one started to leak and they had to make the journey with all 102 Pilgrims on the Mayflower. The fort had an amazing view of the diamond shape village and was used not only for military functions and protection, but as meeting house to ...
... went everywhere.
Boston is amazing.
Having negotiated the MBTA to our hostel (H.I.Boston -very nice, would definitely recommend) we sat in the sun drinking a local Samuel Adams beer (no such thing as half pints here so I got the bonus of finishing Ni's too). However to do this we did have to buy food.
State law here says you can only drink in public if eating a meal. Until our food ...