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... better so we want back down the hill and took more photos. After dinner I had a ride on the sky wheel which gives a different view of the falls. Then once it was dark we went back to the Niagara Parkway to see the falls lit up. The night time photos taken on the phone aren't so good. Falls facts: The falls are 50.9 meters high and are receding at approximately 30 cm per year. 20% of the worlds fresh water lies in the four ...
... skull at the head of the stone. To modern eyes these appear comical, almost "Tim Burton-esque", but to 17th century people,these were definitely serious depictions of physical death and spiritual resurrection.
Moving along, we passed by Benjamin Franklin's statue by the old latin school. I could imagine the lecherous old bugger happily spending eternity leering at passing female tourists as they pass by.
... to venture and see the "homeland" but I can't help but wish he could experience it with me. Since the passing of my grandparents family has been increasingly important to me, and I'm hoping to feel even more connected to them by taking this pilgrimage.
- This post is short and sweet, since I've yet to experience anything besides the sweet smell of airport security and $3.00 chips. Stay tuned! ...
We started our day at Plimoth Plantation which took us back in time to 1620 when the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth. We learned about the Wampanoag indians' reaction to these new visitors and had an opportunity to talk to docents from both sides to get and understanding about how these groups related to one another.
We had also boarded an exact replica of the Mayflower to experience what life may have been like for the 102 people who sailed across the ...
... are for free. We happened to be in Boston during the government shutdown, so we couldn't visit anything government-owned as some of the monuments or the very first navy ship.
Boston is a very walkable city. It also has its promenade called Newbury Street where all the fancy shops are located. Very nice is also the Beacon Hill . It's quite steep and badly lit but the houses there are small and sweet - I really wish I could live in one ...
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