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... strawberries and with a bottle of maple syrup on the side. It took some doing but I managed it, but Anna only finished two.
Back to the house, we gathered all our stuff and walked down to the subway station, stopping at a Butty shop on the way (PB+J again!). We managed to get to the Greyhound station at 3pm as we had a Skype date with our friends Ash and Sophie. However, another Greyhound cock-up left us panicking again when we couldn't see our bus on the ...
... after talking to him for about 5 minutes I automatically felt comfortable around him. He was retired and is currently living in Florida, he'd booked a two week trip up the east coast and back down again, while talking he had told me that he likes to have chocolate milk and cookies before bed but needed to walk to the store, and so I felt it was only right to walk with him. When returning from the store, he had his chocolate milk and cookies and said ...
After another not so restful night I got up at 6:30. The second blanket was a help, but still I felt as if my nose was almost frozen off. Later in the morning I found out that Bostonians turn their air conditions on, on the 1st of May not matter what the outside temperature is.
Breakfast was simple, but is at least included in our overnight stay. Then over to our building where we were briefed on what to expect and what to do. After a ...
... I am I was worried about controlling it and possibly taking someone, like his child out. Thank you kind man, you made my day.
Well being back in the USA I have to comment it is vastly different to Canada. I'd never realised before how different the mentality of the people were. I am making massive generalisations here and there are definitely exceptions, however I found a sense a ...
... The conductors narrate the tour with a fascinating and fun mix of trivia and humorous stories with the odd song thrown in too. Unfortunately when we first got on the bus we decided to sit near the back but the speakers weren’t working so after the 6th stop of barely hearing a word we decided to move further up the bus which was much better. The best sites are in the first 6 stops so as the tickets were valid for ...