Beacon Hill Bed and Breakfast
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... the city was preparing for a visit from the Pope. They had begun to shut down many streets and areas. We really would have liked to have another day to do some in-depth touring.
From there, we were off to the Boston area…with a little detour to Scranton. We had to see the Steam Town Railroad Museum!! Bill was able to see some engines that were on display and take a tour of the ...
... Plus, I was getting hungry and wanted to eat soon.
I want to take a minute to comment on the accents. all the police officers have the most stereotypical Boston accent. It is fun not because I am making fun of the accents but because I think accents are fun in general. Some of the other people I meet also are clearly from the area and suppressing their accents especially those I have meet in higher education. It is fun to see those people ...
... Cameron and now Jean the Parking Cop both suggested that I take the Boston Duck Tour to see the city.
So the Boston Duck Tour it was going to be - only issue was that, according to the net they were not open until 10:00 am. So after breakfast, and pumping a whole $1.25 in quarters into the meter for 5 hours parking ( can you believe that!!) I took off towards the Public Park and the Boston Common for ...
... 2.5 mile walk. We didn't walk the entire trail, but I walked over 11,000 steps.
Our first stop was the Old State House. Dermot loves that building because as an Irishman, he said, "It is one of the few purely English style buildings." The State House is small, and the inside is a gift shop. I bought my Massachusetts Christ ornament for my travel ornament collection. It was a brass State ...
... Covered bridges, waterfalls and trees -a road tour RT 100 South then North by roads with many covered bridges. Brilliant. Oct 10 Ice cream and Stowe. After a visit to Ben and Jerry's factory (very cool man -though owned by Unilever since 2000) we took in walkways and stores of Stowe. Arts festival showed off sculpture here and there to good effect. Learned that Mum/Anne had passed away 5 hrs previously. Just happened to log into wi-fi in a cafe. Oct 11 Through Smugglers Notch ...