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... which is a signed piece of artwork that remains in my notebook and I am positive will fetch millions one day.
My accommodation was at the end of the blue T line in Boston in a place called Wonderland (I know....hilarious). Twenty minutes on a tube-like train and I was by the sea which was very therapeutic after having spent a busy few days in New York.
As with my previous blog, I have summarised key findings to not ramble on about everything I learnt ...
... at the Boston Common. This was a famous piece of ground that has its origins in the English common ground and was purchased in 1609. It was used for meetings and also for people to graze cattle if they wished and for military training. British soldiers camped there. Today it is a park. We walked through it up to the old state house and then down to the Park Street Church which wasn’t open and on to the Granary ...
... hour and then went back to the room, ate dinner and sorted out some washing.
We threw our washing on, watched a movie while it washed and then threw it in the dryer. It was getting late and I definitely thought we would be crashed out by this stage but having to wait on the dryer kept us kicking a bit longer. We head in to find someone had put all our clothes in a pile on the bench because they wanted to use the dryer. I honestly don't reckon the dryer had ...
... a three hour each way westward diversion on our trip to Boston. This is a very popular summer and winter holiday area - there are numerous lakes (we stopped at Lake Squam for lunch) where families were holidaying in amongst the trees on the lake edges. Of course, in winter the winter sports take over and we could see the ski lifts etc. Our destination was Flume Gorge - there is a 2 plus mile walking loop which initially follows steps and wooden platforms up the side of the river ...
... are some advertising screens, moreover we can see a skyscraper. I really
enjoy this visit because the stadium is beautiful and very big, I hope I will
return there, maybe when there is a match, I really want to see a match against
the New York Yankees, the real challenge.