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... Party. Rained most of the way, but not heavily. Really enjoyed the tour and learnt all about the Boston Tea Party. After a recommendation from Mariann we went to Flour Bakery for lunch. It was really busy, which is a good indication of the food. Didn't disappoint - delicious, and the biggest chocolate brownie - so big we had to share it. Walked back to ...
... morning we went to Boston!
I got an early move in time which was very helpful for us. We spent many hours on Tuesday cleaning every inch of the room and unpacking many, many bags. I had sent three boxes ahead and brought two large suitcases on top of the bags from Target. It was a lot of stuff to bring into the room! We were glad that my roommate wasn't there, just because there isn't a lot of room in the first place. At around 4 we decided that we had ...
... past the State Centre. There was a political protest going on about stopping illegal immigrants coming on shore. Seems the Aussies aren't the only ones having those problems. Some of the roads were blocked off so I couldn't get a good look, but managed to get a half decent pic.
I went to the Cheers bar, and although it is a little smaller than the one on the TV, ...
... 15 min' and we all know it is rude to reject a compliment.
I put forward a vote for the shuttle but was shot down with a disdainful look.
We headed off down the hill towards the T station. note down the hill. my remark that we would have to walk up the hill on the way back fell on deaf ears... she was not the one doing pack mule impressions.
To CJ's delight we were treated to the sight of a procession of geese ...
... names, and I found out that his name was Bob. One of his friends was also from Wisconsin (and a former student) and named Richard. The last of their party was named Lawrence, and he was, quite obviously, from Scotland. By 'quite obviously', I mean that he was wearing a Scottish woolen cap (I believe it is called a glengarry, but don't quote me on that) and a t-shirt that said Scotland on it.
Also, he kept calling me 'lass'. I don't think I've felt ...