Ipswich Bed and Breakfast
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... long journey home. The bus only goes one way, so you have to complete the trip to get back to your starting point. So we actually did the complete tour 3 times. Different driver/guides made it interesting and they each put their own slant on things. Had a long chat to Michelle and eventually the phone cut out of credit !! Ooops! Glad to hear she and the kids are fine, but the oxygen-thief is causing more ...
... is 221 (b) which I got excited about, cos you know, Sherlock. With only a mintue to spare, I turn on the tv for Fargo. The tv doesn't know it's own channels so I had to go through one by one, so I missed the first little bit but that's ok, because I had somewhere to sleep and my treat that I had been looking forward to since I left Melbourne. I checked Facebook and saw that Lucy, from Adelaide, had also arrived at ...
... January 1919, a wave of molasses swept through part of the city at 35 mph. It is now known as the Boston Molassacre. Also, something to think about the next time someone says the phrase 'slower than molasses in January'.
5) Men from Scotland give great advice.
Read the picture captions for more information on what I saw today; somebody (*cough* Mom *cough*) is telling me to hurry it up with the posting, so I gotta go.
Talk at you guys later!
This morning we hopped the train to Cambridge to check out Harvard. What a bust, it was freezing and there was a grand total of 1 building open to the public. At least that one was beautiful. Otherwise, despite the lovely old buildings, it felt like every other campus I've ever been on. The students weren't ...
... player I know (Ted Williams) retired in 1960. And died in 2002. Ted Williams hit the longest home run in Fenway history – 502 yards! See, this trip was educational as well as fun!
Touring Fenway has been thirsty work, so we head to the Cask & Flagon for lunch. A couple of sandwiches and fries later and we’re off to face our final major test of this trip. Navigating the 'T’ public transportation system. We duck underground ...