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... different wares. So, we weaved back and forth, up and down through the building marvelling at candy and Cheers merchandise.
Then, the best part of the market was discovered. Go up the steps into a communal food court like seating area in the middle of the building, and on either side you are met with the most astounding array of lunch choices imaginable. The smells are incredible, everything from Indian curries, to sushi, to Italian, and of ...
In the 1820s, William Lloyd Garrison was working for a Quaker newspaper publisher in Baltimore. In 1830, he moved to Boston, and the following year began publishing The Liberator. This anti-slavery newspaper demanded the liberation of slaves with no compensation for their masters. In 1833, along with sixty other abolitionists, ...
... lots of Americans, Germans, the odd French (what else?), strangely not too many Japanese. Boston as a city has a strong Chinese influence and its population reflects this. We passed by the two State Houses, several significant churches and graveyards and many references to Paul Revere, but nowhere did we encounter any reference to the Boston Tea Party. (Hancock and Adams, two political figures, did feature on the odd ...
... what I really want?" and "What am I doing? Am I cut out for this?" But it was too late to get out of it anyway!
I sat by the window, with a young icelandic boy and his mother sitting beside me. I remember hearing them speak to each other and watching the mother read the Icelandic newspaper they were handing out. There were small pillows with a lullabye on them and I distinctly remember on the TV screens in the seat backs things about ...
... from Jurassic Park that actually moved - it was scary! I took Mum and Dad to one of my favourite lunch spots I go to with Rosie called Dishes. Every day it offers a buffet of different salads and hot food. You pick whatever you want into a tub and they price it based on its weight. The food is really fresh and really tasty. Next on our shopping list was 34th street to hit Macys and the other shops in the area.