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... from this security procedure. By this time it was raining steadily. Armed with umbrellas we went out to get the feel of the town. It is like the Gold Coast on steroids. The main area consists of a T-junction. The top of the 'T' is a street lined with souvenir shops and food outlets, both fast food and restaurants. The strip down to Queen Victoria Park and the falls, Clifton Hill, is like one giant arcarde. There are shooting ...
... would not believe there was about to be a massive rain storm... maybe she missed out on the under fuselage cloud study I had studied so studiously..
We headed off and had reached about 1/2 way point struggling up the hill when the first enormous drops exploded on the pavement around us "there I told you!!" hollow victory.. we were going to get soaked..
But Then, like the cavalry apearing in an old cowboy movie the hotel shuttle glided to ...
... up the bus. This yard used to be a light rail yard but is now abandoned. The driver who picked us up there was very nice and she told us what we needed to know about the transit system.
We got off the bus and on to the subway, getting off eventually at Boston Common. We didn't take a big tour of the common, but we spent some pleasant time relaxing after our ride and doing a little people watching.
After that ...
... Boston Tea Party was held at, The South Meeting Hall. The three main people who were strongly involved in the story of the Revolution War were, John Hancock, Paul Revere and James Otis. Many fascinating facts and history but those were the highlights of the tour. :-) I hope you enjoyed.
As the day went on we did some shopping and watched street performers and had a leisurely afternoon as the tour took up most of the morning. There were a group of break dance ...
... got to know a lot about the university, its history and how it works. After that we took the same tour at the MIT, but the student leading it was talking so much and showing us just every detail of everything, so that we decided to leave the tour after 1,5 hours ;) Having visited both of the top universities in the world made me think about our own education system in Europe. I really envied people studying at those universities as it seemed ...
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