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... the most fascinating science exhibits we have ever seen and three, acting like a child was mandatory. The lightning show was definitely a highlight but static electricity is not my friend. I can't even get out of the car without getting zapped and if the car doesn't get me then the first door I touch does. So after two days of science and academia, it is time to move on. To New York my friends, to New York. Bec ...
... of Christmas decorations out and it looked lovely. We walked up Acorn Street, which the boys enjoyed. Then out to the Common. We watched people skating on Frog Pond and then decided due to the time and temperature we would head to Faneuil (rhymes with Daniel) Hall/Quincey Market. Unfortunately I got the corners of the Common muddled up (and yes I should know better) and we ended up in Chinatown. Eventually we ended up back at the market where ...
... we learnt a lot this first one so hey, what can go wrong.
A few things I’ve learned today:
1)My first subway ride, was hot, crowded, germ infested (hanging on to those bars)…ewww, yuck!!! I’m probably not a mass transit kind of gal lol!
2)Asking questions in a strange town is probably a good thing to do..especially about train schedules.
3) Don’t put off doing things you want to do until tomorrow because ...
... our trolley. We took advantage of the time waiting for pick up at the trolley stop on Beacon Street to admire the Massachusetts State House (you have to love a town where a building from 1795 is considered "new") and the impactful Shaw Memorial, dedicated to the 54th Massachusetts Colored Regiment - the first American army unit made up of free black African American soldiers who fought in the Civil War. Their story was told in the ...
... is Expensive? The Barking Crab is no exception. But
its in a tent on the harbour serving fresh that day sea food. We
loved it. Dungeness crab is the way forward people. Eat it. Faneiul
Hall at quincy market is a food revelation. Any food you want, it's
here. And it smells good too. There’s also a shop selling Sheffield
pewter. And a cheers (where everyone knows your name).
It seems where ever we go there are odd
people knocking about some ...