Morgan's Rest Bed & Breakfast
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... Concord. A beautiful tree lined walk. LJ
It was really neat to stand where the Revolutionary war started and to see a statue of Capt. Parker who led the Colonists at Lexington. After we stopped there and went to Minuteman Park. After this we saw a really cool electronic map that show where the troops were as the battle progressed. Last we walked a path where the battle ...
Today was girl power. Five of us sat together to put together our presentation for tomorrow. I think we did an excellent job. Let's hope the professor thinks the same.
Again it was a good day for setting up a presentation. Mostly cloudy and when we left for breakfast we had to go back upstairs to get our umbrellas.
Afterwards I headed ...
... Hill burial ground and ending at the Bunker Hill Monument (where the first battle with the British took place and the famous line "don't shoot 'till you can see the whites of their eyes" was believed to have been spoken). We arrived at Bunker Hill Monument right on opening time of 9am and decided to take on the 294 steps spiralling to the top. With our legs burning we arrived at the top and the 360 degree views were magnificent, today was a clear day ...
... well as a red velvet cookie.....the paper bags they come in have the words....'because cupcakes can't handle the truth'...As someone would say...Hilarious! Train ride took about 3.5 hours through some lovely New England countryside. The trees are just starting to turn in colour which is great. Further north, some areas are already peaking....fingers crossed that we are not too late. We are staying at North End in Boston...across the road from the ...
... into Boston was consequently quite later than expected, but our accommodation is at a heritage and locally famous hotel, the Omni Parker House Hotel. We chose not to go on the optional dinner but had our own fun finally finding a fine dinning seafood restaurant where we attacked with some difficulty a variety of chilled shell fish and crustations. The above resulted in limited photos ...