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... and then walked through the Boston Gardens. There are boats you can ride through the ponds that are shaped like swans and have guys in the back that do all the pedaling. I couldn't drum up enough interest among the Chester crew, so we just watched and took pictures. Next up was the restaurant/bar "Cheers" from the television show in the 1980s. We walked through the bar and the gift shop. Oddly enough, the ...
... under the gate then you would make it together forever! Sweet in contrast to some if the other things we would learn about Harvard students later! We were then taken to the original chapel; when Harvard first opened it was extremely religious and the students were obliged to say mass in the chapel every morning before their lessons. This slowly stopped being the case as students refused to go because of the cold! The chapel was later replaced by a new church ...
... suffice. Now we're not beer monsters but did understand that a beer and a hotdog was an integral part of the game - so naturally disappointed.
At first we thought it was just the TD Centre-name of the arena, but later that evening found out it was the whole State when we were refused entry to a bar/eatery, we had chosen for dinner.
'Good one' Massachusettes!
Anyway, rant over. The game was entertaining with so much going on, it ...
... orange line to fine Neptune Oyster at Salem St in Little Italy or North End. This was a Sarah recommendation and guess what, There was a 45 minute wait but as usual well worth it. Delicious local oysters and a shared lobster roll. We chose the cold lobster with mayonnaise rather than hot with butter. Yum yum. Sunday home to get organised for train trip tomorrow to New ...
... prone to pulling off pranks such as one which saw them put a mini on the roof of one of the main buildings. Took a crane to get it down! Boston's been around for a long time and is sister city to Lincolnshire in England. It has many things it can claim to be Americas oldest, including the parks, Universities and Public Library and of course, graveyards. When the pilgrims arrived in 1604 and began to build it, the city was only 11 and a half square miles, now it's over 46. Over 70% ...