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Rainy day in Boston Just like home, pretty miserable so we just had a slow wander in and out of shops and malls Rumpus outside the Apple shop at 10am - turns out the days delivery of iPhone 6 was sold out even before they opened Had lunch in an amazing place called the Cheesecake Factory For dessert - Tiramisu Cheesecake - ...
... a check in point where we were given tickets with our names but we were told because we had flown in to the country by QANTAS we had to go into the counter area inside the terminal. We were not too sure of check in procedure with American Airlines so asked one of their staff for assistance. She rudely told us to go to a screen and help ourselves. This we did not do. We went to the baggage drop attendant who looked ...
... everywhere eating takeaway food and at outdoor cafes. I looked in some shops - like the Crocs one - but everything is as expensive as home, so I wasn't tempted to buy anything at all Eventually made our way back to our hotel, and started sorting our stuff ready for packing to leave tomorrow and go to New York on the bus. John spoke on the phone to Warren - one of the guys we met on the last tour. He and his mate Mike live in New York, and said they were keen to show ...
... off along the "Freedom Trail". We strolled through the granary burying ground, marvelling at the age of some of the inmates, especially compared to our own relatively young nation.
If that were not enough, we then visited "King's Chapel" and its burial ground. Many graves there date back to the mid 1600s, almost 200 years before Australia was officially "discovered". A feature of many of these early grave stones was ...
... concert, improvised, and had a big laugh with all the students in the audience. When the concert was finished, we went to get some food in the dining hall, which seems to be open 24/7. Then, even though it was really cold and none of us really knew the birthday girl, we went to a birthday party by one of the exchange girls. Anne, from Denmark, lives in a cool place in town so we hopped on the T for about 8 stops and went to check out the party. On our way back I stopped ...