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... there, up Newbury Street, which the guidebook describes as stylish (read "expensive). It's a long terrace of shops, again in old red brick, behind trees and set back from the road on broad pavements. The buildings are all similar enough for you to know you're near Harvard, but different enough to be interesting to walk along, although none of the shops or cafes looked "student amenable".
From Newbury St. I hit up the historic Copley square. In one corner ...
... had tasted the produce from Chile, California and Spain and somehow ended up continuing on with Argentina and Italy at another bar further along the strip. We were now sharing our fifth with two local Boston girls who made it clear to Harry that they had a boyfriend. Harry, unpersuaded, kept at it like a champion until closing time. The spontaneous bar hopping festivity delivered endless giggle fits that night. We woke up the next morning in shambles, with girl’s ...
... at Wave. Lynne was the most adventurous having local fried Haddock and chips, whilst I had lamb cutlets on a Greek salad. Very enjoyable and reasonable at $63 plus tip. On the way home we saw long queues for Fried Clam & chips, the local speciality in the town of Essex. We stopped at a Mall near our hotel, for Frozen Yoghurt deserts before heading home, tired yet satisfied with our first day in ...
... s the oldest Major League baseball team in America. They ended a huge dry spell by winning the World Series a couple of years ago, and they aren't about to let anyone forget it, especially New Yorkers! I saw lots of t-shirts for sale with the words "I support Boston...and any other team that beats New York(!)
The "Cheers" pub is here, two of them actually, the original one facing Boston Common, the front of which always appeared at the start of the T. V show.
... inside for a bit and heard a lot of noise and looked out and it was rain- a real downpour that lasted about 5 minutes and soaked everything. We took Christine home and we came home-As we were leaving the house there were cars and police everywhere and hoards of people walking down the streets and we discovered that this was THE place to watch July 3rd fireworks and we saw some as we were driving through all the people and for the first couple of miles I ...
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