Brimblecomb Hill Bed & Breakfast
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was my 'on the road' again moment. It took me back to the backpacking
days of chatting to everyone you meet and learning as much as possible about
where you are.
Wearily we arrived at our hotel at
about 10:30pm. Freshened up and headed out in search of dinner.
The architecture in Downtown Boston
reminds me of London a bit. The streets were empty at that time of ...
... off all the things I need and I keep handing her each piece. Then she asks me about another paper. I had no idea what she was talking about or where I would have found it. So she hands me a piece of paper that has ALL THE SAME INFORMATION as two other pieces Ive already filled out, copied and have given her. Whatever, I take it over and fill it all out again…….
Upon returning to the window, she says, "Ok, have a seat." Um, alright… So I sit, ...
... having some of everything,
including art from all eras and all parts of the world. It seems especially
strong on antiquities and European impressionist through modern art. The
collection of American art is also especially large with more works by John
Singleton Copley and John Singer Sargent than any other museum.
... understood anything I had just said". She didn't get the joke. She asked if I was missing the snow because it was Winter. She was even more surprised that I would have to travel to the mountains to see snow in Australia. Her coworker joined the conversation, just momentarily adding that her friend visited once and "wore shorts in December!" Visited Chinatown, pretty much the same as Melbourne's. Found a "Dunkin' Donuts" lasted 10 seconds inside as it SMELLED REALLY REALLY BAD. ...
A lot of historical things happened in Boston, most of which involved Americans fighting with the British, or the British fighting with the Americans.
Whilst taking in the Freedom trail we managed to walk past a good number of cemeteries, and monuments dedicated to the people the British killed. We were even invited by our hosts to watch the ...