Samuel Fitch House B & B
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... Party. Rained most of the way, but not heavily. Really enjoyed the tour and learnt all about the Boston Tea Party. After a recommendation from Mariann we went to Flour Bakery for lunch. It was really busy, which is a good indication of the food. Didn't disappoint - delicious, and the biggest chocolate brownie - so big we had to share it. Walked back to ...
... it a night! Less drunk than the night before, and got more sleep, somehow I felt like **** so I wasn't best chuffed when I woke up! We went to a burger bar and struggled my way through that although it was damn good! Then we made out way to meet Alex, who was in town with her mum who was visiting her for a couple of weeks! Typically, there were two places with the same name and we obviously both went to ...
... the pscyco guy who wants to buy him. Cool movie cameo. We also got to walk on the field.We were having a hard time tryin to think of what to do next until jimmy decided to take me to the site of the boston marathon bombings. A really cool piece of modern history, that had completely escaped my mind. Shows how much attention I really pay to America in the news.On the way we past the most amazing architecture in the city. I love the buildings! I also ...
... to get around the corner to the Red Sox's Fenway stadium! The game began at 7.30 and it was heaving! The game was Red Sox vs Atlanta braves and Red Sox won! I can only assume that I am their lucky mascot as they had been going through a very bad patch up until this game! They won last year's World Series but have been loosing all their games recently. I bought a very cheap standing ticket in the coke stand up at the very very top of the stadium known as 'the green monster' it ...
... a place which had caught our eyes the day before. They also had a 'Cheers' bar here (from off the tele) The choice of food at this market was phenomenal, and with much debate in our heads' opted for clam chowder and chicken 'kebab' wrapped in bacon. (See Susie's love story about Boston food)
Heading for Harvard, we though we'd ask about Basketball tickets, which to our delight were ...