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... We got to do a little tasting and it was very delicious. But at 25 – 40 dollars for a bottle the size of a balsamic vinegar bottle I didn’t actually buy any.
And we’re back to Backstreet boys. Cheers, you’re ridiculous but I like you.
The next day was the most boring coach ride of my life. It was only 8 hours in comparison to the 13 between Vancouver and Lake Louise but it was booooring! So let’s skip ...
... is where I ended my day. I started it by working out the subway (got my charliecard - I.e. Metro card, nice and easy) and headed down to Harvard. As I arrived in Harvard Square I saw a group gathering around a sign and found out that a tour of the Harvard grounds was about to leave in 5 minutes. So off I went to get a ticket and joined them. So I love Harvard. At the end of the tour I went to the Harvard shop and bought a Harvard tshirt. I have decided ...
... obviously a Saucerer- simple presses the edge of each spinning saucer of which there are many more than glasses. I still like the wine glasses more however because it has a sort of built in means to enjoy the post performance celebrations don't you know! There you go! We lunched in the museum and went out into the blustery weather again. Here the Green Line has emerged mole like from underground and runs down the centre of Huntington. We scampered across ...
... also where Paul Revere's house and The Old North Church are, and we were able to walk at least a portion of the Freedom Trail and see both and more. We also went to Fanueil Hall and Quincy Market. And we were able to ride the trolley long enough to see Fenway Park, Boston Common, the Cheers Bar, and many other sites. We just didn't have enough time to do all we wanted to ...
... you all know that I posted a ton of pictures from my adventures in Boston on facebook just a couple of days ago. Feel free to look through and comment on them! I would love to hear from you. Speaking of which, I have a mailbox here that is feeling pretty lonely. If you send me a letter, I promise to send you one back! My address is below.
1155 Tremont Street
Roxbury Crossing, MA 02120
I love you all!
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