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... government, and the site of the Boston Massacre.
Next stop was Quincy Market, where we stopped for lunch. There was so much to choose from, with food from all around the world, but we chose the local cuisine. Anna had her new favourite meal (bagel with cream cheese), whilst I plumped for the bagel edition of a true American delicacy: smothered in Peanut Butter and Jelly (pronounced 'Jam' in England). We took them outside to eat whilst watching a street performance ...
... They arrived at the tip of Cape Cod (now called Provincetown) in November 1620 and spent a month exploring the surrounding area before choosing Plymouth which is named after Plymouth, England where they had set sail from. 102 people made the 66 day voyage from England and by the spring of the following year only 51 of them survived. We walked through the older part of town along the waterfront, named Water Street, where you can see the replica of the Mayflower (Mayflower II) ...
... complete with angry mob crowd noise from us. Without giving too much of the experience away, we were taken onto a replica boat, where we got to throw tea chests in the river, and more characters were involved in teaching us historical facts. It was very cleverly done. A million times better than the Salem lot from the previous day! Our guide was in character the whole time. She had a British twang, ...
... Gables or the Salem Maritime NHS so that was a bummer and they will have to wait for another time, though the thought of going back to Salem is not really top of my wish list. We went back to the hotel and the girls went swimming while I caught up on some work emails. I apparently fell asleep quickly while watching 'Love it or List It" and the girls accused me of snoring loud - unsubstantiated claims and conspiracy.
... hang out with Manda, Doug and Nick.
Our days were spent checking out Harvard University (and we particularly enjoyed the Natural History Museum), shopping in the lovely Newbury Street, exploring the Beacon Hill area and relaxing in Boston Common. In the evenings we'd cook dinner together with Doug and Manda, and have a few beers just like old times when we lived together. One night we went out to a diner so I could get the ribs ...