La Cappella Suites
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... and Colleges, including the famous Harvard University. Approx. 250 000 students live in Boston. Boston City has population of 600 000, and is a vibrant busting city, and very modern.
In the afternoon, Graham and I walked down to the picturesque Boston Common Park, and then into the Public Garden with is pretty lake, gardens and trees and statue ...
... a movie set. We got lost amongst the streets and soon stumbled on Acorn street. A famous street that apparently is the most photographic street in America (according to a staff member in our hostel). Don't get me wrong, it was a beautiful street, but we struggled to see how it's the best in America. Time was ticking away and we had plans for the evening, so our little legs needed to get a move on. Just one more stop, and still being a wonderful day we took a stroll ...
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... back on the coach and went back to the hotel, the rest of us made our way to an Irish pub and kept on drinking. It was an awesome night. 90's music playing all night. It's a good way to get comfortable with people and get rid of the first day awkwardness. Great first day. The people on the tour are all lovely. I'm sure some or most will annoy me at one stage but so far so good. Love love ...
... old USA. Our waitress for the night is Karen, we've noticed that all the wait people are females and are of an experienced age to put in nicely. She's very professional but when I asked for the wine list she had this blank look (I'm seeing a lot of that in America ) and said, "Wine??". I repeated myself and she finally got what wine meant. I apologised for speaking Australian and got another blank look. This place had live musicians playing and they sang America, ...