Chesley Road Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... soup and chicken tarragon sandwich. We had a short break then walked to Fenway Park for a Red Sox game against Texas. We bought 2 tickets from a young guy who had to attend class so he couldn't watch the game. According to him, we got $35 dollar tickets for $20. We sat with a good view of home plate partway down to third base. It was a tight game that was settled in the bottom of the eighth with David Ortiz 3-run home run. Final score was 4-2. We walked homeward, ...
... lines on the way in. It was a really clear day again so the views over The Mall and The White House were amazing. I was picked up by Laura from the airport, she is a friend from where I grew up and now works in Boston. It was great to see a familiar face and over the weekend I was staying with the family who she works for. After grabbing something to eat we wandered around Boston not really taking in much but catching up. ...
... to get my team flag though, so I am a happy bunny. I get a team flag in every city I travel to that has a hockey team. If they don't have a hockey team, chances are I get some sport team flag.
We didn't really have any concrete plans for the rest of the day, well until 2pm when we had all arranged to meet back up at the Boston Tea Party Museum, so decided to just explore a little corner of the city and headed to Boston Common for a wander. There were tonnes of squirrels ...
... is the centre of some of the most advanced research in robotics and electronics, and their museum is a fascinating collection of gadgets that most people couldn't dream of. From the largest collection of holograms in the world, to 3D-printed guitars and functioning robots, we ran around with our jaws at our ankles and felt quite comparatively stupid. I managed at least to understand the mathematical jokes on the gift-shop t-shirts, though ...
... was enough of England for me and that I never needed to go back. When I got to college and the idea of studying abroad came up I thought I didn't want to go. As I explored the idea of spending time in a different country for a couple months, I changed my mind and immediately knew where I wanted to go. I wanted to go to England. Now I know I just said I was planning on never returning to the country, but hey, I was 6 when I said that and I figured ...