By The Sea Bed and Breakfast
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... several miles. Later, cars started speeding past us on the shoulder on the right. Just as I was saying to Dave, "there are so many cars on the shoulder, it must be legal," we saw the sign “Travel in Breakdown Lane Permitted. Dave commented, “That’s how Massachusetts saves money. Instead of building another lane, the just put up signs that ...
... day. Big tall pine trees have small broken grave place markers tilted every which way and in every corner of this small space.
We then walked to King's Chapel, built after the land was seized by order of King James II in 1688 for a church. It was the first Anglican Church in the US. By 1749 it was too small for its congregation so a bigger Georgian chapel was constructed right over top of the smaller one. Then, the smaller church ...
... and good advice on places to eat and things to do. The motel we booked had two pools -- one inside and one outside -- and was right on the beach.
We went back into town to have dinner, and decided to visit Plymouth Rock while we were there. Tomorrow we plan to visit Plimoth Plantation and look at the Mayflower II (a replica of the original Mayflower), and then try to get as close to Bar Harbor as we can.
... but I guess the water taxi was much more scenic. The first impression of a city is very important and the impression from a boat is much better than on a subway or bus. Our hotel was probably one of the better hotels in Boston. It was free with my marriot points and had amazing views of the city/harbor. There may be more to do in Boston than any other city I have ever been to in such a small amount of land. We followed the freedom trail to see ...
... We finished the day at the Boston Tea Party Museum for an interactive account of an event that changed history.
The students' bags are packed, and they are sleeping soundly. Everyone has had a spectacular time, but we know they are ready to see all of you tomorrow at the Crane parking lot at approximately 1:00 PM. You will receive a message once we have landed at LAX.
Fare thee well,