Bunker Hill Bed and Breakfast
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... escape the enveloping kimono.
There was also a range of other objects in the museum, among the more interesting of which (of those that we actually saw) was the interior of a 12th century chapel from Catalonia, which had been successfully transferred from Barcelona to Boston in the 1920s. This was a huge undertaking as they had to transport the plaster walled fresco and this required careful cutting it out ...
Today is a travel day so it will be short. Woke up not caring about the heat. I was going to be in a bus for most of the day or at least I planned to. I haven't actually bought tickets yet. Yay winging it!
I do the math, NYC is about 4 hours away so I need to be on a bus by 4 pm. I have plenty of time to explore more of downtown Boston! I get there a bit late because I thought I forgot my keys and stuff. ...
Very pretty and quiet area with on street parking for the bike.
A bit hard placing the permit on the inside of the windshield of a bike!
Unpacked - shower and then had a stroll up and down Massachusetts Ave - a long main drag.
Did some research on what to see in Boston - and crashed fairly early.
... out by the fire pit. I read up on stuff to do tomorrow. We're planning on taking the train into Boston tomorrow because I'm afraid we won't be able to find a garage to accommodate our rental van height.
Day 3 We figured out the train schedule and decided it would be less hassle than driving. We got off to a later start than we wanted (with 8 people and one bathroom I guess it was to be expected). We arrived ...
... around a wet wine glass. Here it is taken to astounding proportions with 24 individually made and tuned glasses set out so the player stands and moves a finger ( no idea which one) from one to another to play a tune. Perhaps the very dexterous player can play more than one at a time. I guess the music doesn't feature much more than slow, long notes like minims and semi-breves. Hard to see quavers getting much of a go here. I was wondering what the ...