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... wife of the 6th earl of Dysart, posing as Miranda from Shakespeare's 'the tempest'. The special exhibition when I was there was on quilts so I figured I may as well have a look! It was the collection of two collectors that had found most of the quilts in Germany or Holland an many I were based on Irish styles. One technique which quilters use is called 'vibration'. This is when complimentary colours (eg green and red) of equal intensity are placed next to each other they ...
... and floor to ceiling. It even got Andrew in the spirit of reading! They had books dating back to the 1600's but mostly from 1800-1900 era. They had sections for newer books as well but there was so much history in these stores. Was a dream. :-)
That's all for today,
Andrew and Mercedes
P.S. We were told today the correct way to pronounce Boston is Bahston or Bawston....whichever way makes it easier to pronounce. hehe
After a long ride, and only having slept a few hours each from Ottawa, we finally arrived in Boston Massachusetts bus terminal, where we decided to grab a coffee, before venturing forth to our accommodation.
This was our first experience of a website called Airbnb, where you rent rooms, apartments etc.. We stayed with a lovely couple called Lisa and Brian, who made our stay hassle free, and enjoyable, they also introduced us to some ...
... Square and load up a Charlie Card with $10. We’re in! One green line to Park St, and a quick transfer to the red line and we’re emerging blinking into the Cambridge sunlight. The T seems so much efficient than the NY subway – and most importantly doesn’t eat our money.
At Harvard Square we are pointed in the right direction by a helpful student and we are soon basking in the sunlight of Harvard Yard, hoping to ...
... and I landed a guy with the most genuine and pronounced Bostonian accent you could ask for. He also kept up a very amusing commentary, which was great, because I really needed a laugh by this time. There are so many different tour companies in Boston it's a wonder they don't block up the streets more than they do. There seems to be a friendly rivalry between companies, who compete for curb space to show the main attractions. Some highlights for me were the Public ...