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... 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 ...
... to pick up a few things that just called out to me at the last minute to include them in my suitcase, then went to the Shanghai Museum for a last look (and visit to the store!), then a walk down the historically considered foremost shopping street in Shanghai, Nanjing Road, (like Fifth Avenue in NYC) but just a pedestrian street which is really lovely for walking. I browsed, watched people, marveled at where I was, took a last look ...
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• Images ...
... cooler we will venture out back to the Pru for a seafood meal at Legal Seafoods Restaurant. Legal Sea Foods was founded in 1904 by Harry Berkowitz and Legal's New England clam chowder has been both a staple of its menu and, according to the restaurant, a mainstay at every presidential inauguration since 1981. And having had it as an entree you understand ...
... Otis encouraging independence from Great Britain It is sometimes referred to as "the Cradle of Liberty".
Today however it is like any other market in any other city. Street entertainer, restaurants, crafts, cheap t-shirt and souvenirs etc.
While Julie continued to walk around the shops I headed off on the northern section of the Freedom trail to see ...
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