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... House which was still standing since the times of the Witch trials way back when. There were museums that went through the history of the belief and treatment of those accused of witchcraft. I would have liked to understand more of this time in American history.
Had we been interested, we could’ve had our palms and tarots read and any one of at least 1,000 stalls set up, we could’ve purchased any one of 10,000 witches ...
... Julie tells me this is where Hocus Pocus is set). We walked through the streets for a few hours just taking pictures. It is a quiet, kind of English looking village, just with witches on every light pole staring at you. Weird. Upon arrival at our RV park, we played some bat tennis and took a dip in the north-Atlantic ocean. We knew it was cold when Julie’s skin started going pink.
We have settled into RV life pretty well. We are getting ...
... one I go for! Then with a few currants and a teaspoon of cinnamon I am good to go! Say two Korean girls follow my lead after eying it up the morning before. What can I say- a born trend setter! I also took a little photo of my room. I really enjoyed staying at the HI Boston. The room was for six girls in three bunk beds with a spacious locker and hook each as well as an individual leading light and shelf by the bed. They threw a complimentary breakfast into the bargain and I ...
... based on this grim history and there are several "museums" and shops related to witches and gruesome behaviour around the town.
We went looking for somewhere Sam could finally try some clam chowder (pronounced chowdah). A friendly vampire gave us directions to a place called "The Soup Factory". We arrived there to find the owner renovating the place. He politely declined my offer ...
... there called Boston Commons to people watch before heading back home for dinner and to sleep. Ate at a pizza place called Sal's. They have them quite frequently located but the pizza is cheap and very good. They had about 9 different pizzas you could choose from to order by the slice but one slice is literally 1/4 of the pizza. only $3.49.Was a nice relaxing day.
Hope everyone in Washington is enjoying their sunshine. :-)
Love you all,
Mercedes and Andrew
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