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... boat for nearly 10 years. Felt like I never left. Bruce had the boat already so we sat around catching up along with his son who just finished the past week sailing. Tony, the other owner and his girlfriend Nanette, arrived about 3:30 ...really nice people. Nanette and I hit it off, and as she was unpacking a bazillion clothes. Offering me whatever I needed she also had a travel iron. Well I was ready to go wrinkled ...
... a special display of literary maps. Our favorite was the marauders map from Harry Potter.
At this point we were pretty exhausted but decided to push forward and take another train ride for a couple more scenic stops on the Freedom Trail. We saw the USS Constitution which was currently in drydock and then walked over to the Bunker Hill Monument. Tim and Caleb plan to climb the 300 stairs to ...
Today was cold and very wet. It is the first bad weather day we have had in three weeks so we can't complain. So we got on the hop on hop off bus and drove around Boston without getting off. This gave us a good look at Boston. As I have said yesterday it is a lovely city. Tomorrow the weather will be much better so we will hop off at spots that interest us.
When we had done the full loop ...
... Italian with a table of friendly Americans. 9th May- Boston- later start today getting into Boston by one on a fleet of buses. Getting 1200 people off a boat presents a few challenges, especially the day before where we had to go by tender. Once again in Boston, we had decided to do our own thing and got on a free ranger guided tour for part of the Freedom Trail, finishing up at the Paul Revere statue. Walked ...
... for a walking tour of the area and Harvard university. Given the reputation of Harvard, and also having seen it in several American movies (usually teen comedies) I was excited to be on the grounds and get some photos. At $US58,000 a year, and only a 15% acceptance rate, it really drives home just how exclusive it is. I thoroughly enjoyed the tour, and afterwards headed back onto the subway to venture into Chinatown in the hunt for rendang paste.
Walking through ...
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