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... washed out during the rain storms they had filled it with large gravel- very hard to walk in/on. We arrived at the tower and there is a lookout rock that you can see all of Boston downtown and much of the country side-a good place to see how things connect. We can see Paul’s place at Revere Beach and the airport-just a great place to visit now and then. Leaving there we headed to the movie, but going a different way got us a bit ‘turned ...
I had my first set of meetings yesterday with some real life timebankers! Ive been learning about timebanking for close to a year now, with all my preparation for my application to the trust (www.wcmt.org.uk) and research into who I wanted to meet and why when I started planning my trip. So I was excited to meet some people actually participating in a timebanks and speak to them about their experiences and further increase my knowledge. ...
... in the plush restaurant in the foyer. Then, even though the hotel I was staying in the second night was only about 20 minutes walk away on the other side of Boston Common, I didn't fancy hauling a heavy suitcase to it, so I caught another taxi. Stinking hot again, but thankfully not quite as bad as the previous day. The tour group was due to leave Omni Parker House Hotel the following morning. I found a good deal for Boston Park Plaza, so that's why I didn't stay two ...
... fruit smoothie and crisps, then walk
back to the hotel to watch TV and pig out, but don't end up eating much. The bed was really comfortable, but the covers were a bit light, so we had to adjust the A/C to have a comfortable
Tuesday 26 February Boston, Massachusetts
Up about 8.30 and gear up for a fine but chilly day (about -2 to -4C) in Boston. Dianne tries the small kiosk in the foyer for a takeaway cereal, fruit and yoghurt and ...
... ever, also managed to get my big backpack onto the flight (the first one at least) as a carry-on despite
the flight being full
AND calls from the air crew to check bags in
AND there being a (questionably slightly large :) container of hair gel.
On a more mental level, there were feelings of a little anxiety + if I really wanted this as much as my first time traveling several years ago. All of those thoughts have made ...