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... Perfect! The kitchen was still open
- EVEN BETTER. We let the waitress choose a local beer to try, we ordered
buffalo wings and a steak sandwich. It was really great food and not the
oversized over processed meal we'd expected and whilst reasonably priced, the
tipping is going to kill us!
15-20% of restaurant meal price is
expected as a gratuitous tip. I understand the economics ...
... boarded the ships and threw the chests of tea into Boston Harbour. The British Government responded harshly and the episode escalated into the American Revolution. We went to Boston Common (a huge public park once used to execute pirates, Quakers and witches) and Copley Square where the modern architecture of John Hancock Tower was in great contrast with that of the old Trinity Church. The State of Massachusetts got its name from the frst Native ...
... while reading. 10-15 minutes later he comes back and asks for the $160 money order. Tells me my med certificate is not in the correct wording. For **** sake people, is there really a need to be this meticulous! However, he also pointed out that my name was not on the certificate. Oops, that was my fault. He kept the rest and said come back with the med certificate and email in about 3 weeks to find out if its ready.
Now I wait……..
... I had to go. I eventually found my way back and spent the rest of the evening at my hotel and skyping Mum. It's now midnight so I shall sleep. Hoping to visit the filming of "Black Mass" (not the gospel choir soul church) tomorrow down the road from my hotel. Not sure who will be on set or what time. Johnny Depp, Dakota Johnson and Juno Temple have been on set in the past few days. Doubt Benedict Cumberbatch is in Boston yet but it will be fun to see all the vintage costumes and sets. And Johnny ...
... and jeer at the British red coats - and went along with it quite passionately - so we thought it best to avoid shouting 'Go Brit's go' and kept a low profile.
We also managed to enjoy a gorgeous sunny walk around a harbour where they apparently got excited over tea. Given the tea I have tasted so far in America, I do not blame them - the stuff is awful