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... After getting back, even though we had resolved to have a light lunch, we both felt like something warm and decided to eat at Legal Seafood, right on the harbour. Although I thought I would get a discount because of my job, it turns out the name has nothing to do with lawyers at all. The business started back in the 1950s and was a seafood selling business so named because of the legal stamps given out as part of trade at the time. The ...
... everything about everything and was funny cracking bad jokes and singing songs .The full loop took a couple of hrs and gave us a good overview of the area and info on all the sites and some cool history on Boston . We had lunch at waggamamas a yummy curry and rice and then Tracey went for a massage ,Rachael went to get her nails done and I headed for the state Hall museum which was a meeting house for parliament in the early days and the centre of the fight for independence .Was ...
... managed Equatorial Guinea--needless to say the only quote that stood out to me in the book was from a researcher named Robert af Klinteberg who noted that Equatorial Guinea, after its disastrous rule by Francisco Macias Nguema, had transformed into a modern day concentration camp. Or in his words "the cottage industry Dachau of Africa." His nephew then executed him in 1979 and has been in power ever since. Note to self, do not ...
... of 'Lassie’ (or ‘Jeff’s Collie’) as it used to be called – who knew?! (Jeff was replaced by Timmy in 1957 – leading to the infamous line “What Lassie? Timmy’s stuck down a well?”) We tear ourselves away. We’re only after something light tonight so Panda Express at the Pru Food Court it is. I eat less than half of the huge portion dished out to me; Mr Fletche does not fare much ...
... success, I crossed the river into Boston proper, starting my exploration in Back Bay East (which is south-west of Boston downtown) with a walk along the river. The Esplanade is protected by a series of "bluffs" (nautical term unknown) which are tree lined and really make the waterfront feel rural, or at least it would if the cicadas hadn't sounded like they were on 'roids.
Unfortunately my camera seems to have progressed from transient ischemic attack, which ...
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