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... fared well without me. No complaints from our son......
So it's shortly after 10:00 p.m and the day is over for me. We had a nice dinner in Charles Street and now I'm calling it a day. A look at my notes and hopefully a full nights sleep. But somewhere deep inside I'm doubting that. I guess and hope for a full nights sleep back at home.
... Boston and Cambridge. Some of the highlights included the following:
1) Brownstones in Boston go for millions of dollars apiece (parking is an extra $500,000, can you believe that?).
2) The Battle of Bunker Hill took place on Breed's Hill.
3) Boston is mostly built on man-made land. They filled in Back Bay to expand the city, which added over forty square miles to the area of Boston.
4) Longfellow bridge ...
... to spread the infestation. Instead, keep everything stored in that one location. You will need to be seen by a pest control specialist, though you can add a "bed bug cover" to the mattress to try and contain the problem. Do not waste your money on bed bug bombs. Instead, get some Alpine Dust or some Phantom Aerosol and apply these products to your mattress. These non-repelling products are toxic to bed bugs and other ...
... because the stadium goes more vertical than horizontal, we still had a really good view. The game started really bad, with the half time score still showing no points to the patriots. With 5 mins on the clock, and another touch down from the browns, a big chunk of the stadium got up and left. With three minutes left, and no timeouts left for the pats the same happened. At this stage the score was 26-14 to the browns. ...
... which goes around a lot of the city, marked out by a red brick line along the sidewalk. This took past old churches and state houses which we're prominent during the civil war. At lunchtime we were about halfway through and got some clam chowder from Quincy Market. A long food market, with stalls serving fresh seafood to giant cookies, sushi to smoothies. Continuing on, the trail took us through Little Italy and then across the ...
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