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... a good time. They are such an accepting and warm family and I like going there. Lots of good food, but no leftovers. We were home around 6. Drove through Wakefield and NOTHING is open this evening. The streets are empty and we came on home. I had some sad moments tonight thinking about my family and then how good it was to be with such a loving, outgoing, accepting family. And think how scattered and not close my own family is. I really did enjoy the days with ...
... lovely sunny day, albeit only 16 degrees Celsius. Took metro (getting better at the routine) and reached Harvard in no time at all. Walked around the grounds and took pictures of the old halls and libraries. Again, they were having some sort of market day, with food stalls, clothes, jewellery and bands. But the markets weren't like our Farmer's Markets. Decided to go back and visit Newbury Street, famous for its shops. Well they were right. This was a lovely area, gorgeous shops, ...
... Seeing as we were new to this idea we just grabbed a bite to eat since the scenery was cloaked by the night sky. The second day we college visited all around Boston! We saw Harvard, MIT, Fischer, Boston university, Boston college, and Bentley. After the academic portion of the day we kicked back and enjoyed the famous Boston uncommon sushi roll that was so good Elena almost didn't eat the last piece because ...
... was already gone on a day trip and to turn around at the dock when it returns. From here into the North End where we strolled around and ended up in Revere Park and heard a talk by a ranger on Revere and others during the Revolution. Walked to a bakery that was closing after many years and it had already sold out and locked up. A walk in the 94 degree weather was drenching us! Really muggy here so a stop at an Irish Pub was in order, but after getting ...
... a good day anyway!
Over the course of Friday night and Saturday we managed to catch up with everyone in the family, which was a terrific experience - hopefully we'll have a lot of visitors in the coming years!
Sunday and it was off to Washington, where we arrived, dropped bags and headed out for a bus tour/lap of the city, just to get our bearings. A little unexpectedly we ended up at the White ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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