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... I only got to spend 24 hours here, but it was fun. I wen to cheers bar and did the touristy thing properly. I also went to Fanieul Marketplace, which is a bit like a cross between Covent Garden Market and the Bocqueria in Barcelona., so lots of street artists, places to eat local food, and places to socialise and buy local crafts etc. Anyway onward from here to Albany for the night before I go to the conference in Saratoga ...
... from this security procedure. By this time it was raining steadily. Armed with umbrellas we went out to get the feel of the town. It is like the Gold Coast on steroids. The main area consists of a T-junction. The top of the 'T' is a street lined with souvenir shops and food outlets, both fast food and restaurants. The strip down to Queen Victoria Park and the falls, Clifton Hill, is like one giant arcarde. There are shooting ...
... from Jurassic Park that actually moved - it was scary! I took Mum and Dad to one of my favourite lunch spots I go to with Rosie called Dishes. Every day it offers a buffet of different salads and hot food. You pick whatever you want into a tub and they price it based on its weight. The food is really fresh and really tasty. Next on our shopping list was 34th street to hit Macys and the other shops in the area.
... toward the north at a sports bar - beer/wine and pasta. The locals were raucous and loud over the horse racing. Home, TV, reading and bed (though too early given the time change). April 9, Boston: After a small breakfast at the B&B of cereal, yogurt, English muffin, orange juice and tea, we completed seven miles around central Boston. We by the markets, theater district, Chinatown, Public Library, Storrow Drive, and Beacon Hill. We stop in a bistro for lunch - ...
... interest in architecture, so got given a tour of the office and was very interested. The party was winding up so Ian, ed and George walked back to Antrim Street while Jane and I drove. Ed reported that the "snow is black" (it is about a week old). Dinner was a pot roast and a glass of red wine. We managed to stay up till 10.30 (which was 3.30am London time) but then headed off to bed. We are very pleased to be in ...
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