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... for some food.
Near the Boston Public Library was a shopping centre with a food court. Just like at home, they're filled with fast food chain after fast food chain with a shared seating area in the middle (think Arndale or Trafford Centre). Unlike home, however, they have amongst them the greatest fast food known to man, and quite frankly the pinnacle of quick-service dining: Panda Express. If you've never been, you're missing out. Big time. It's basically ...
... with me, and from of that moment we do a LOT together, so nice ;) But, Aurelie was also supposed to have breakfast with another guy, Thomas. So I also met Thomas, a super ambitious young fellow from Austria. We went for breakfast and this would be the first time to be in Annenberg Hall. The supposedly called Hogwarts around here. Well.. They were right! I was impressed, more than impressed. The food here is very variated, but not all the best quality. Just to be honest.
So I ...
... the M.I.T museum which had work from previous students including holograms and robots.
The girls decided that they needed to do some more shopping so we had look around the market then onto the prudential centre where we found a Tiffany store. We normally get Tina's Xmas present here as she loves the jewellery and we looked at many different pieces, but we ended on a lovely daisy key pendant necklace. Now we have to look at ...
Today started slowly with just a few items on the agenda: lunch at a super Bostony place, Harpoon brewery tour, and possibly the removal of the hairy raccoon all over my face at a barbershop. Unfortunately did not get to the last item; that will have to wait until NY. Lunch was excellent. The place was JM Curley's on Beacon Hill. They had a limited lunch menu but quite good and reasonably priced. Annick and Fabian met me there; they arrived very late ...
... US Independence is fascinating. Doesn't show the Brits in a great light!
In the evening we went back to the North End. Lively, plenty to see and do. Ate out there.
The New England Holocaust memorial was particularly thought provoking. The six towers with all the names on and the rising smoke, described better here: http://www.nehm.org/visit/self-guided-t ...