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The snow storms in Boston caused our departing flight to be canceled. We rescheduled the flight for the following day and got an extra day at the hotel. Our second flight was canceled, but we were able to get another flight on another airline. The airport felt very empty of people, but our flight made it out with little delay. We are glad to be out of the wintry grasp in Boston and looking forward to getting ready for the ...
... which is approximately 10 doors down from where I live now. Jen coordinated a trip about 4-5 years ago for the 3 of us to go to Nantucket together for July 4th and the rest is history. She is the one who introduced me to the benefits of a "digestivo" (don't knock it...it works) and is my resource for any and all of my scotch questions. I meet more interesting people through Christine than anyone else in my life, which I attribute to ...
... ride. Their high-pitched nasal drawl left me in no doubt as to their country of origin.
Aussie 1: "So who was Joseph Warren?"
Aussie 2: "A Patriot."
A1: "But how did he find out about The British troop movements?"
A2: "Dunno. Spy I guess."
A1: "Right. And he told Paul Reverie to stick a couple-o-lamps up there to warn everyone?" - He looked up at the steeple.
A2: "Ermm, well, pretty much."
A1: "One if by land, two if by sea."
... went to purchase my things, I asked the cashier to help me pay some of it with the coins as I didn't know what was what. Her face immediately lit up as she realised I wasn't American but she couldn't place my accent either. She asked and I said Australia, she got all excited and told me she had never met an Australian before. Then she said: "So, you speak English yeah?" ... She wasn't making a joke, she was serious. I confirmed, that I did indeed speak English, otherwise she ...
... Socks Fan store for purchases and the local Pharmacy for Peanut Butter M and Ms and the caught the trolly to Beacon Hill the old part of town where the old shop fronts have been preserved and had goooooood coffee and little cakes ....very civilised .We wandered around looking at the shops till we ran out of street and then feuded to brave the train as the trolleys had stopped for the afternoon . Found a really nice train guard to help us with our tickets and confirm we were headed in ...