Proctor Mansion Inn
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... is fun; once you slide down, they shuttle you back up the hill in a sled pulled by a snowmobile. We stayed out about 1 hr 45 min. Depending on the snow conditions, the hill can be either fast or slow and today it was relatively fast.
Back at the ranch at 12:30pm we had a lunch buffet which consisted of salad bar and 3 types of chili: bean and beef, chicken green chili and vegetarian. There were also toppings to put on it such as onions, ...
... the newly dedicated statue to Edgar Allen Poe. And my cold is finally over!! It is beautiful out, a bit cool but not bad. We parked at the Y and walked a couple of miles to find the statue and actually walked past it! Asked some students from the Emerson College and they didn’t even know who Poe was! They finally looked it up on their phones and thought it might be a block behind us, and it was, by the tobacco shop we had looked at and talked about. ...
Much better day in Boston - pretty dull but at least its dry Got on the hop on hop off tram, there are some lovely bits to this City, Beacon Hill in particular and Cambridge, the University part. Then after all these years I got in to "Cheers" sat on the spot that "Frasier" sat ( I only know that because there was a brass plate on the bar) made my day, week, month Fantastic We decided to get off and have a look at the "Boston Tea ...
... likes of Benjamin Franklin and Paul Revere. You follow these little red bricks in the pavement, and it take you around all the important sites and goes right the way around the city. We got to the Quincy Markets, and of course I couldn't resist another little spot of shopping. We also got to see the replica Cheers bar, and get a feel for what the city of Boston is really like (between the park and the markets, Boston is definitely awesome!).
At this point, Jess and I ...
... my mobile phone, which is good We looked around the market stalls, and there were kids playing in the fountains all along the harbour and the Rose Kennedy Greenway which is beautiful. Then into the main Quincy Market buildings and watched the buskers and had a walk around. Had lunch at Ned Devine's pub, upstairs, and it was a relief to get away from the masses of people down below in the food hall - it was so busy and hot in there !! And outside where people ...