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... seeing him again. It is dark out now and 35 degrees but no snow coming down. Back through Boston to home where I baked a blueberry orange bread to take to Saul tomorrow. I then ordered the tickets for the Lego extravaganza we are going too. http://www.bostonbricks.com/#! Not sure if the exclamation mark should be on that address?? We later went to Sabatino’s for dinner and met Lorn Lynch and wife. They and Phil know soooo many of the same people ...
One year ago, I was privileged to travel to Poland and Israel and to see with my own eyes the amazing Jewish story of the past 70 years - the miracle of the Jewish world going from "shibbud l'geulah" - from bondage to redemption- in our own time.
As I sat in shul during Yom Kippur I was amazed how many of our ancient national prayers were answered. Our plea, “V’korev pizureinu mibeyn hagoyim” – and our dispersed ...
Sofies host parents picked me up and drove us to the bus stop. We were off to Boston todayas she had managed to jag a few days off work. We caught the bus to vineyard haven, then jumped on the ferry. Whih was perfectly timed. We had 5 minutes to get our tickets and walk straight on.Feelin like it would be a total waste of mother natures energy if we didn't, we stood on deck in the sunshine until we arrived at woods hole about an hour later.A short ...
a beer or two. They have kept the down stairs bar in its’ original form and
have made a bar in the TV set upstairs. We checked both out. Place sat in Frasier’s’
The trolley took us around most of Boston including Fenway Park,
The Garden, Beacon Hill, Boston Common, Boston Tea Party and the Boston marathon finish
line (its’ the only way we will ever ...
... you aren’t in a rush to get anywhere specific, I did find the need to
take the subway, known in Boston as “The T”. This has to be the oldest and
slowest mass transit system in the country. After recently returning from travel
in China where the new subway systems are super modern and efficient, Boston’s
rickety T feels more like an amusement park ride than an urban transportation
system. OK, so Boston has one major strike against it.