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... On the way to the campground we made a stop to pick up some food and supplies at Walmart. At the campground, we set up the grill and chairs outside. We love being outside and taking the time to relax. Tommy and Clay grilled pork chops and asparagus while Morgan and I made a pasta salad for dinner. It was so relaxing to sit outside and eat and then watch television from our new comfy chairs we gave each other for Mother's Day and Father's Day. Tomorrow is a busy day in Boston! ...
... was 2.2 miles from the airport, located on Friend Street, but it is not a public transit friendly place to get to. While waiting to catch the Orange line, a local was singing uplifting songs in the subway. He had a soft spot for children and sang "Old MacDonald" and “In the Jungle” as the children danced along waiting for the subway. ...
... orange paradise with dozens of balloons and about 100 meters of flags. Koekhappen, spijkerpoepen, ei-lopen, zandzak gooien and many other typical King’s Day games were included. If the Americans didn’t already think of the Dutch as a weird bunch of people, they certainly did now!! Ali B, de Jeugd van Tegenwoordig and Marco Borsato were blasting from the music boxes, and Het Koningslied can of course not be forgotten. The dining hall ...
... Hill and into the North End. We walked 14 miles. We made reservations at an Italian restaurant a few blocks from our B&B. We both risotto with seafood, shared an anti pasta plate and a carafe of wine. Back home for TV and reading. April 11, Boston: We repeated yesterday's morning routine, but checked out by 10:30 am. We carried the luggage downstairs and left in a hallway at the B&B. We walked the northern end of the Freedom Trail that took us across ...
... night and our car was still in the car park in the morning so things weren't so bad. With a metro card in hand and a train station right next door we were set to explore this city of beautiful minds. First stop, a day at Harvard University. The campus was lovely, we felt right at home. We spent hours in their museum of natural history and saw more taxidermy than we could have ever imagined. We also went ...
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