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Greetings from Boston!
When I first thought of the blog I had rather hoped entry
one away from home would be a boring post about how we all arrived with no
issues, no such luck!
It was all going so well, flights were pretty much on time
and the delays that we did have actually worked to our advantage as we arrived
at Logan airport only half an hour before Lisa’s flight got in. ...
Called Delta and spoke with a nice lady. But they still did not know where our luggage was. Her pleasant attitude did help. Let's hope we would have better news tomorrow ....
Update as of Friday night, 12/19 - we got our missing luggage!! Yeah!! It turned out somehow that piece of luggage did not get on the plane as the other 3. They finally located it and got it to us the next night. We count our blessings! ...
... a couple of open shops but settled for lunch in the only restaurant open among hundreds! These Americans take there Thanksgiving seriously! Did some research for the boys for our next day's escapades. Boys landed in around 9:30 after cheering another home team to victory! The dutiful wives that we are, we had the cold beers on ice in lobby to greet boys as bars ...
... The larger part is called the American Falls and the smaller part, the Bridal Veil Falls. Further along is another section called the Horseshoe Falls. Our views were not so good due to the rain and it is hard to take photos when holding an umbrella in one hand. We walked back up the hill and had a drink in one of the bars. It's amazing how a drink can change how things look - one drink and the sun was shining and everything ...
... description of the Canadians favorite dish, Poutine, which is basically chips, cheese and gravy. After this we decided a well earned rest was in order for the rest of the day and Abbie defied the stereotype between the two of us and went onto sleep for 12 hours.
The next day was to be our last in Montreal and so we decided to explore the rest of the city to the best of our abilities in the 30 degree heat. This took us to the central hub of the city, where we ...
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