Nichols Guest House Bed and Breakfast
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... set up, and a long day ahead of me (Boston to JFK to Beijing to Fuzhou---don't even ask how long this trip is! (Okay, it's 13 hours from the US to China---2 1/2 hours more to Fuzhou.)
7. Fancy clothes sent to Washington, DC for wedding on my way home (see above, grateful for friends over and over again: Alicia and Chuck, can't wait, Betsi and Harold, thank you for your soft bed in a few weeks!)
8. Trader Joe's ...
... on the evils of slavery. He eventually became an educator himself. There was a law passed that said that masters could even come to look for their slaves, the masters would pay "bounty hunters" to look for the slaves. Even free black men, women and children were in danger of being taken and sent to a plantation to work for an owner! There were many instances when the people helped "former". Slaves to become free people. Yay for New ...
... bus stops with the typical 'you are here' indicators, I discovered that I was heading in the OPPOSITE direction of "home" again! Of course ! Finally, I would just use the bus stop on hand to get back to the vicinity, although it was not a direct route back. It was getting late and I was supposed to buy souvenirs AND meet for a date by 8:30! How annoying to waste such a huge portion of my day being lost, but it only got worse. On the bus, I missed the stop closest to where ...
... Center buildings and about various works of art you see throughout. Each tour may be a little different depending on who you get for a guide. The tour lasts about 1 hour and 15 min.
After the tour I hopped in the F subway and got off at W4th St and walked to Murray’s Cheese for lunch. I got a Murray’s Melt which is a grilled cheese with their special blend of cheeses. Since there is no place to eat there, ...
... and our first encounter with the local wildlife, the park squirrels in the trees and scurrying across the grass and paths.
Nearby we had a couple of drinks at the Cheers Bar, the site of the 'Cheers' SitCom. The bar certainly was making the most out of its fame and it was hard to distinguish us tourists from locals just enjoying their local watering hole. I suppose the tourists were those, like us, taking photos.