Prospect Place Bed and Breakfast
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We started our day at Plimoth Plantation which took us back in time to 1620 when the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth. We learned about the Wampanoag indians' reaction to these new visitors and had an opportunity to talk to docents from both sides to get and understanding about how these groups related to one another.
We had also boarded an exact replica of the Mayflower to experience what life may have been like for the 102 people who sailed across the ...
... have been removed and the wind blows (and it is a very cold wind). We stopped off at Paul Reveres house. One of the guides asked Ed what he knew about Paul Revere and he said "nothing". She started to speak and he said "other than he told his friend if the English soldiers were coming by land he would put up one lantern and if they were coming by sea they would put up two lanterns and that he rode out through the night" (not too bad for a kiwi ...
... emitting dangerous, adventurous thoughts into my head and telling me to leave the mundane routines of day-to-day life. But it wasn't until I began working at the hostel that I began to feel the pangs of curiosity increase in scale. After a short trip to Europe in April 2013, I knew that a 10 day blast of Spain, Portugal and England wasn't gonna cut it. And then my best friend Jeff told me that he was choosing not to visit me ...
It's Sunday and after a repeat of yesterday's scrum for breakfast - only worse!, I bravely decide to drive into Boston rather than get public transport. An accident on the Interstate caused us leave the freeway and head for Harvard, a stop high on Tamara's list of "must do" places to see. We park and walk round the Ivy League University, before heading on towards Downtown Boston avoiding the freeway. We are soon parked beneath ...
We got up after a good night's sleep and made our way back to Boston on the T. Once there, we happened upon a ceremony that was just beginning to raise the Pride flag in honor of Boston Pride Week. It was so great to listen to people speak about how committed the city of Boston is to equality and how they embrace groups who want to celebrate and promote that diversity. After that nice surprise, we headed straight to Quincy Market for a quick bite for lunch: Dave (cheesesteak); ...