Green Turtle Floating Bed And Breakfast
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... likes of Benjamin Franklin and Paul Revere. You follow these little red bricks in the pavement, and it take you around all the important sites and goes right the way around the city. We got to the Quincy Markets, and of course I couldn't resist another little spot of shopping. We also got to see the replica Cheers bar, and get a feel for what the city of Boston is really like (between the park and the markets, Boston is definitely awesome!).
At this point, Jess and I ...
... to the Montreal Metro... very easy to use... sometimes you're outside and sometimes you're under the city... so after getting the Charlie Pass onto the Info center to buy a ticket for the hop on and hop off bus for two days. Great idea... that way you can go to as many spots as you like get on and off. Bus runs from 9am until 6pm... with 16 stops. We decided to take the bus all around the route to see where it ...
... the game, although it took until about the 6th inning for me to understand what was going on, I still had a great time. On the long walk back to the hostel we all decided we would hit up and bar and go for one drink before the night was over, on route to the bar we bumped into 4 other guys from the hostel and dragged them to the pub with us! Wednesday; so, you know that lush hot dog I told you about? It all came right back up at 3:17am this morning, ...
... However, this time is different, because I know what these places will look like and I already know the things that I learned about the last time around. Most importantly, I know how visiting these places will make me feel, and the emotional reactions that I had.
So why go back to these places that I've already been to??
Well because I still don't know exactly what ...
... a Yankee Floridan wearing a sailor’s cap and pointing due east, but they’re harmless if left alone, so we didn’t correct him, even though the day was clear and Boston was, invisible, to the north-west.
Concluding this post, Mrs Henry and I have to own up to what would probably be described as a felony under US law. When we arrived at the Provincetown campground at 4.20 pm, the office had already closed. A scribbled notice stuck to the door directed ...