Wellesley Bed & Breakfast
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... right to our gate. There was already a huge line of people waiting to check in. We went through ANOTHER security checkpoint - checking passports and boarding passes - and the passengers were separated. Those of us with US passports were sent through but the guy in front of us who was coming from Israel was sent to another security desk. Really they were taking no chances!
Our passes were checked one more time before we got on the bus to take ...
... set out the same way.
I hopped back on the bus to go back to the Amtrak Station. I only had about 5 1/2 hours there, which went so fast. I am kicking myself that I didn't organise some time to stay there. I'm really glad Mum asked me to go there. I know she would have loved it as much as I did. And there is so much that I didn't see.
The train ...
... there is a huge Gold Eagle. But perhaps the most interesting factor in the regeneration program was that the blue Boston subway line was built under the House! There is a subway station located user the basement of the statehouse! Boston's blue line is the second oldest subway line in the US and the oldest line in the US is Boston's green line! I wish I had known that when I was riding it! Contrary to what you might think this subway line under the State House has benefitted it ...
... come out of our mouths was whether we brought our sunglasses?
Overcome with feelings of satisfaction and enthusiasm, we continued our journey to the hostel. My first impressions during the bus ride from the airport to South Station were even better than I had imagined. Cruising through the outskirts of the vibrant city, getting closer and closer to downtown Boston, while warming my face in the sun and trying to take pictures with my frozen fingers, ...
Crossed back in to the U.S today. Was a very pretty drive through Vermont as the leaves are starting to change colour for the fall. Our first stop today was some duty free shopping, I picked up some ice wine, if your lucky you might get some :) We had a long wait at the border waiting for one of the girls to have her visa checked. Had to just sit on the bus and wait. We stopped at the home of Ben and Jerry's ice cream for ...