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... into a diner for coffee, to get our bearings and tried to contact a few accommodation options. We rejoined the slow crawl towards the town centre and decided to ditch the car and walk.
The crowd was just crazy! Too much actually. There were people dressed up which was colourful and interesting, but the commercialism was totally overdone and the places of interests were inaccessible due to the crowds and queues. I had actually wanted to see ...
... bus to the JFK library, we thought. It only went to UMass school drop off for students. It was the drivers first day on the job and he didn't know where the JFK library was. A student told us around the corner and up the hill. The hill was under construction no pedestrian traffic. A very nice policeman stopped us then flaged down another bus and told him to take us to the library.
Quite a place. Very well done ...
... openers. So we are now not buying anything in a can either. We bought a toaster to use for the mornings. Mum will be proud to know that I’m doing the dishes every meal, because we simply can’t drive off with them left in the sink or they will crash around. I’ve learned something new about Julie these couple of weeks – she is very thrifty. Little did I know, that every time we went into a McDonalds for coffee or lunch, she was knicking ...
... it also turns out that Salem's Derby Wharf used to one of the busiest ports in the world! Not because, like most other popular ports, it was naturally effective but because of the risks and initiative if local ship merchants. The port was actually very shallow (which ultimately led to the decline there in the end) and the waters coming into Salem were treacherous with a number of rocky islands. All this however was overshadowed by one big association with Salem.... the witch ...
... couple of hours hard labour from Sam in exchange for some chowder, and gave us directions to a little nearby called "The Lobster Shanty". The place was little but the staff were very friendly and Sam finally got to try her chowder. Our meals took a while to come out but when they did, they were delicious and the portions huge. These Americans certainly know how to eat.
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