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! ...
... 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, ...
... to catch 2 tours while I was threre which covered a brief history of Boston and the rev elocution ,the Boston Massacre ....which wasn't really a massacre ...and not really as portrayed in all the stories and some cool information about Americas fight for independence from the British . After that I had a wander thought the markets and headed back go the hotel to sort the evenings festivities . Tracy was back and feel much better after her massage ,Rach arrived soon after and we ...
... 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 ...