Morrison House Bed & Breakfast
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... to be heard, but you could still see the lightening lighting up the sky :(
I am endlessly grateful that I made it back to the hotel before this happened. I'd hate to think what would have happened if I was out and about. As it is, I need a hug.
EDIT: I have uploaded some videos to this post. They're not great, but please excuse any swearing and heavy breathing haha. I wasn't kidding when I said I was freaking out! ...
... the outfield concourse there was a "Big Concourse" which had much more room. Around the concourse there were many pieces of history. From a display showing how the Red Sox players were affected by and served in WWII to the 617 jersey created last year inn support of the Boston Marathon bombing victims. The field itself has by far the most character of any park, starting with the obvious one, The Green Monster. It is quite a structure, ...
... Line Bus. That lasted 2 hours. Then we had to find the subway station that would lead to our place of residence while we are here....that lasted about 20 minutes. Then we had to walk about a mile to our actual destination, in Somerville, MA. So what could have been a 7 hour day turned into a 17 hour day...after layovers and such. Next time....note to self....spend the extra $100.
Other than that, ...
... we are in downtown Boston checking into our hotel adjacent to Boston Commons park. We checked in and relaxed for a little while before setting out to enjoy the beautiful sunny day. We walked through Boston Common towards the Back Bay & Prudential Center areas. Stopping in a few shops just browsing. Eventually we came to the Finish Line of the Boston Marathon. We stopped by Marathon Sports, right were one of the bombs went off ...
... Half the wonder of travel is the journey home; not the fact that it's a compulsory obligation, but rather a reminder that your trip is temporary and finite, thereby enhancing the richness of the present and all that you're experiencing. It's also good to ensure that you have a few spare days to lounge about, taking the time to readjust to the western world and its associated lifestyle. Part of that downtime can drastically reduce ...