Samuel Fitch House B & B
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... like Joyce with the lovely voice, or tony aka 'the professor', who taught at Cambridge in England, MArggie and helen who always sings at the top of her lungs and I say 'you sound so great!', and she shrinks shyly and says, 'oh me? you heard me?! oh no!" in a whispery voice :-) she loves flowers and gardening. 'whatre your favorite flowers?" I ask, "oh, all of them :-)" I stayed for dinner once in january before my departure, and will miss them all so dearly. The Professor cries ...
... so much fun to have around! On Friday, I showed grandma around campus before they came to see the show. Saturday I took them and my friends to the North End for some real Italian food. The pasta was delicious! I also needed to show them Mike's Pastries. Some really, really good cannolis as well as an apple turnover for the next morning. We kept walking around the North End, visiting the Paul Revere house and walking down to the ocean. The wharf area is so beautiful. Maybe when ...
... and coffee. They are everywhere. Even small towns with no other obvious businesses have a Dunkin' Donut! They are very popular in the East. It has become a joke with us - every time we see one, we start laughing! We ended our day relaxing in Columbus Park and walking along the wharf. Then the trolley ride back to the hotel. We are exhausted. Another tourist day tomorrow and then home on Wednesday. ...
... for there to be bumps in the road and hurdles I must jump. That is simply how life works. I pray though some of those rough patches are nothing that I can’t overcome. One wonderful thing about this new adventure is that I will not be going at it alone. I will be helped and encouraged by my partner in crime and boyfriend Patrick. Though I could very easily face these challenges ...
... including a Boston Harbour tour with a really great guide full of interesting info..
We even bought a two day trolly bus ticket and did not get to use that day it as there was so much to see in the one area.
Lunch, we ate at the famous 'legal sea food' restaurant close to the aquarium.
For me muscles in white wine and a cream sauce.
CJ after much deliberation had crab with blue cheese in a 1/2 Coss lettuce... ...