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... a quiet dinner. But other times, a seat at the bar can be the entree’ to some of the best entrees in Boston.
For breakfast, Zaftigs in Brookline can’t be beat. In my neighborhood, Max Brenner (the famous “Bald Man” from Israel) is a must for sugar highs and the hot chocolate or mocha drinks, well they are surely too rich for me to review. The Trident Cafe (Newbury at the bookstore) is good but it’s very crowded ...
... is located. For the princely sum of $10 we had the privilege of a guided tour by one of the current students - the very informative young lady was a third year student in linguistics! She was very funny and the tour was well worth it although we both commented that the grounds weren't as big as we had expected - I think it may have been that they are a bit spread out. Kylie managed to get herself a Harvard hoodie but unfortunately was ...
... and the fact that the Americans were not represented in Parliament. We arrived in the centre of Boston via the ships shuttle bus and immediately felt at ease in the City. It is about one fifth of the size of New York and the centre is small enough to be got around on foot so we embarked on the Freedom Trail which takes in all of the important sites related not only to the civil uprising against British rule but also the fight ...
... talk about guns. I like talking about guns.
I think my second wind has hit. Or possibly the eighth or ninth wind. Have lost count. I think I have three hours more of this flight then it’s hotel room heaven and the best thing ever, a hot shower!! I really hope I can sleep tonight. This insomnia thing has knobs on it.
Final update. Made it to my hotel room. Not tired, of course. Freaking ...
... marathon). Ended the day at
Quincy Marketplace which was pretty good.
Sail out was magic. The port is right next door to Logan airport and
as we were leaving heaps of planes flew in right over the back bar just before
landing. A great way to enjoy a beer.
Tomorrow we are in New London, Connecticut and we’re doing a ship
tour to the Vanderbilt Breakers Mansion and Newport.