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... track and along came the train transformed now to tram, flashed our Charlie Card the correct way and scooted back along past North Eastern University stop, back down underground and got off at Symphony station, took the correct exit and emerged a very short walk to home. After a cuppa and a few battles with the hotel's WIFI we were able to FaceTime Canberra and say happy birthday to our latest 8year old before he left for school. A daunting task awaits us ...
... House. We hadn't been in Boston in over 10 years, at that time the Old State House was a focal point. Now it is dwarfed by so many high-rises you would not recognize it. We continued on to Faneuil Hall and Quincy market, what a change in the city landscape. It was sort of sad to see how the flavor of old Boston was drowned out by the huge skyscrapers. Boston was absolutely beautiful, deep blue skies very pleasant weather we couldn't have asked for a nicer ...
... The ride to the airport was tense, to put it mildly. These Italian cab drivers are absolutely insane. They bomb down narrow streets like their wife just went into labor, narrowly missing cars, pedestrians, motor scooters, merch vendors or whatever. Half an inch on both sides is just a comfortable fit to them. I always thought "close" was only good in horse shoes, social dancing, and hand grenades. I can now add ...
... among brand new skyscrapers and run into a church that has been around since before America was America. That is something you really don't get in Minnesota, especially in Minnetonka!
Finally, I wanted to give a little update on the activities I am involved in! I auditioned for a couple different theater productions and have been cast in NU Stage's Urinetown as Little Becky Two Shoes! I am very excited for this opportunity. I have solos in three of ...
... sun was biding a hasty retreat towards the twilight. By the time we high-tailed it back to the car the only thing clearly illuminated was the bright orange envelope poked below the windscreen wiper.
Deanne braced herself as I reefed it out and peaked inside. "How much?" She insisted.
I laughed out loud, and folding the envelope to my hip pocket declared, "$40!"
Deanne laughed too. "Now there's some irony that even an American would get."
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- Great deal for the budget minded traveler
- Mother Daughter Weekend
- Not Guest Ready at ALL!