The Fitzhugh-Beers House
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Despite my early coffee & croissant at 7 it was not until about 11 that we set out along Huntington for the 15-20 min walk to the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Here our 'elderly' status only gave us a $2 reduction down to $23 each. We’d walked this far so paid up and began exploring. It's a fine building with a grand entrance (Pic 1) but seems totally modern once you get into the display halls. There is a big emphasis on American art but lots of ...
... but it almost doubles for tomorrow night. However, it is a nice big room, had free parking and the shuttle bus will take us to the subway to go to Boston tomorrow.
Had dinner in the Mexican restaurant which is accessed from the hotel. We tried fajitas - beef and chicken. Very nice. Needed to do some washing - they came out of the front loader machine much dryer than any other machine we have used so far. The quick dry shirts, pants and undies were almost dry.
... a Chinese one filled with all things Asian and we got some milk. Then headed home for a bit of a break and to put the milk in the esky. Out again later, and booked our tour to Cape Cod for Thursday. Then spent a while in the Boston Common park which was very pleasant, watching the ducks and the many cute squirrels. Had our leftover Chinese food for dinner. I'm coughing a lot and feeling very tired, so fell asleep ...
... It seems that the university really wants to make studying both an enjoyable and easy experience for the students and also, you don't have to graduate high school to get in. Apparently, you just have to show that you are very passionate about something and they go from there. I could apply with my Disney passion! The students are also really encouraged to keep fit and healthy with around 80% of the population involved in various levels of really diverse sport. Their ...
... always surprising for some reason - who else though would've been wearing a Sky Blue training top?
We wandered around the common for a bit, before retiring to the comfort of the world's largest shopping mall. Had some tea and cake before heading back to the hotel. We had hoped to meet up with someone Jamie knew but the lag on facebook messaging meant that by the time we'd tried to sort where and when we would meet up, ...