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... and many others sites that we had seen on earlier trips.
We hopped off the trolley at Copley Square. We admired the historic Trinity Church which anchors one end of the square. Trinity rests on some 4500 wooden piles, each driven through 30 feet of gravel fill, silt, and clay, and constantly wetted by the water table of the Back Bay so they do not rot if exposed to air.
Next we walked the down Newbury ...
For a small fee take the guided tours of three historic buildings. One where Sam Adams and John Hancock left just before the Red Coats arrived. Another is a tavern where the militia marshaled. And the third, a tavern used by the British Regulars as a hospital on their retreat back to Boston.
... is huge and is used to identify and track the movements of the whales! I asked how they come up with the names for the whales and she told us that they used to have 'whale naming parties' where researchers would get together to nominate and vote on names but now it's done online! It was very sunny and hot so after the whale watch we grabbed sandwiches and went to relax in the park, we both had a sneaky nap on the grass lol! 1 week down, 2 cities done and off to Niagara ...
... to study to pass. Ugh. Some interesting tidbits learned/re-learned from "Topics in European History, Culture and Art: Introduction to the Netherlands and the City of Amsterdam":
- Because the Dutch essentially had to fight the sea for their below-sea-level land, they say: "God created heaven and earth, but Holland is the work of man."
- The windmills help pump water out of the land, assisted by dikes, natural dunes, and dams.
- These "Low ...
... I don't know what's happening with my eyes but it feels like a flood. My contacts are wishing they'd joined Noah on his Ark. I'm too embarrassed to make eye contact with anyone to ask for tissues or napkins. Also, there is no one to ask because there is practically no one on this plane. Luckily, I brought an extra hand-me-down cardigan for warmth. Soon it's soaked and I decide that it will be donated to Baltimore, Maryland after this flight. That's ...
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