A Room At The Top
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... a cure for cancer and robots that can understand and interact just like humans - it is fascinating stuff. We are now in Washington DC - the government shutdown has effected a lot of the tourist sites here. We did go to the Whitehouse and Lincoln memorial this morning in the pouring rain, despite the weather we still got a sense for how important these places are for the US - we shall update you on the rest of our movements soon. Krishna and Sunny ...
Sept 26th-Thursday-Up early-for us! Blue sky day. To the doctor facility to pick up a prescription and then walked to the bookstore where Phil’s book are IN THE STORE and on the shelves. We talked with the owner, Rob and the kid that we like and then had some tomato rice soup-great place for lunch! Next stopped at Middlesex Fells to hike to the Wright Tower-not a long hike but fairly steep and since the ...
... to stay another three days after the Trafalgar tour. It has an old world charm about it, and doesn't seem as much in a hurry or in your face as New York, which much as I loved the excitement, glamour and sights last visit, is unapologetically noisy, brash, dirty and relentlessly on the go. After another blog update, I eventually called it a night. That was day one in Boston. Enjoying a little lay in the next morning, since I wasn't required to check out until noon, I ...
... inspiration, then check with the concierge, who recommends Newbury Street, not far from the hotel. There are
many large churches in the area, and some large office buildings and hotels.
Newbury street has a lot of big-name shops, plus a lot of smart boutiques, but
not much in the way of food. We try a side trip to pick up a parallel street
with the famous Boston Public Library, and a number of food outlets. We settle
for a convenience store for bananas, ...
... forgot something. There was the usual frantic dash into the apartment to check if I'd taken the telephoto camera lens but wasn't in the house and later turned out to be in the daypack. (I
probably did miss something, but hopefully not and at least not as of
This time around, I was on time with everything (as of now, knock on wood) and even managed time to buy toothpaste and shampoo on the way in to the airport. And for the ...