Seabreeze Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... we met them in 2007 and caught up with again in San Antonio were visiting Boston at the same time we were in the area. Naturally we could not let the chance to catch up with them once more slip by.
We caught the train in from Kingston, near where we were staying and met them in Boston for a chat and lunch. We dined at an Irish Pub not far from their apartment they have rented for their stay. It was ...
... floor is now like a giant corridor of food vendors of every kind. Claustrophobic, and since we were not hungry we went on.
The trail led us past the Haymarket on Blackstone Street which is open on Friday and Saturdays. It's an outdoor fruits, vegetables, fish, meat and cheese market. This was more to our liking and we bought an apple and some fingerling potatoes for a song. Great prices and lovely produce. We love to hear the ...
... John and Marilyn Mraz and start a tour.
Before we start the tour in Venice, we will have two nights in Gallarate at a bed and breakfast owned by relatives of Mabla and Ricco Luini, who were close friends of my dad's mom and dad in Great Falls, Montana. They have promised to take us to the church in Mercallo where my grandparents were married.
We take a late flight tonight to the home of John, Paul, George and Ringo, ...
... goslings holding up traffic..
After battling the intricacies if the T rail ticketing machine we managed to get on the right train into the city of Boston.. soo different from Manhattan... winding city streets and loads of tourist transport trolly cars.
The pavements even have strips of coloured bricks in them for tourists to follow along the many predesignated historical walks..
We did loads of ...
... warm. The Mayflower stayed docked about a mile off the harbor. The Pilgrims used smaller vessels to travel from boat to land. We learned that the docks are kept wet to keep the wood from splitting from the sun’s heat. Rarely did the Pilgrims receive warm meals while on the voyage. After about 45 minutes of rocking on the sea, it was time to get our feet back on solid land! We ventured to the Grist Mill and learned how they used hydro power to turn the mill. A Grist Mill ...