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... a walk around Jamaica Pond, about 10 minutes from the house, before walking back up and eating at Robinwood Cafe again. This time, we'd planned on a dish a little smaller than our ribs from a couple of nights ago, so both had the pancakes. With the price only $5 each and a description of 'A stack of 3 pancakes' we thought we'd be okay for lunch... Whoops. Three huge pancakes, each about 10 times thicker than a normal pancake but the same width, were soon in front of us ...
... This is what I love about travelling, you meet some at 1pm and by 5pm you're booking a baseball game! At home you have to have known someone for at least a year to attend that type of event!! That evening, I again, made my speciality dish of pasta, tomato and basil sauce with a topping of classic cheddar. Later on that night I decided I really wanted some chocolate to eat, when getting my belongings together to walk to the store an old man approached me in ...
... a nice small bowl of Texas chili and now I will read the study case one more time before I head off to bed. I go to bed so early, so it's actually no wonder that I'm up so early too. But we finish off around lunch time on Friday, so I might get some more sightseeing done then.
And hey, I'm not a good example of the student life. The "youngsters" do go off to party. But don't ask me where. And I'm sure they won't tell an old lady.
... with only one person taking the declaration forms. Not the best welcome.
However I followed the instructions from the hostel's website and was able to take the Metro to the door, which was good. Also a kind man lifted my bag on and off the terminal shuttle bus. He was there with his children and wife and I was very thankful. I can lift my own bag,but it was a busy bus and being ...
... in the stories of "Make Way For Ducklings" and "The Trumpet of the Swan". Each boat is powered solely by only one driver, who pedals the boat like mad (a bit like on a bike). After the ride we walked around the park looking at the various statues and fauna whilst drinking some freshly squeezed lemonade. Yummy!
Next up on the agenda was a Boston trolley tour, a 2 hour tour of the city which took us to all the ...
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- Great deal for the budget minded traveler
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