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... our Macciato’s and Chai Latte’s while listening to one of the many street artists making amazing African music. These vibes transformed Harvard Square into a place full of smiling and dancing people and we let ourselves be entertained for a good half hour. Once our drinks were gone and our dollars were in the musician’s bucket, we could not resist exploring the shops and stores that surrounded Harvard square. Namely, besides cozy café’s ...
... most important commercial areas of the colonies, which is why the British occupied the city before the war. The history that happened here is too much to be contained in a small introduction of the city. So I will talk about a little of the history as we walk along the Freedom Trail thru historic Boston. The Freedom Trail is 2 ˝ mile walk delineated by a running brick line thru Revolutionary Boston. The concept of running a line that connects the most historic sites of ...
... subway (this is a July train not a well done mediocre sandwich) to the JFK memorial library and museum. Unlike the ABBA museum, it was not possible to try on Jacqueline Kennedy's array of brightly coloured woollen suits and so we had to be content looking at them through bullet proof glass, although we're not sure why anyone would want to shoot a Dior cashmere two-piece. The museum focuses much more on the good of JFK and his desire ...
... inside for a bit and heard a lot of noise and looked out and it was rain- a real downpour that lasted about 5 minutes and soaked everything. We took Christine home and we came home-As we were leaving the house there were cars and police everywhere and hoards of people walking down the streets and we discovered that this was THE place to watch July 3rd fireworks and we saw some as we were driving through all the people and for the first couple of miles I ...
... today I went to Mc. Donald’s. Saving a lot of money for my next trip. At lunch some man tried to have a conversation with me. I am very bad at holding conversations. He was nice, found out he likes Barack Obama. I am going to be on the road again in two hours and I am glad. Next I will be going to Hawaii. Who would not be glad for that trip? I really did enjoy my trip here in Massachusetts.