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... was right next to Fenway Park where the Red Sox (attempt to) play baseball and they were playing as we ate. We were tempted to go over to watch the game but unfortunately by the time dinner had finished there wasn't much time in the game left and the only tickets left were still $104.
We leave New England tomorrow for Canada but get to see the beautiful New Hampshire and Vermont scenery. From then onwards it is new territory for both of us.
... I learn not to trust gross looking burger vans?! Anyway, this morning I got all of my bits together, bumped into two girls that I had met at my phillie hostel, had a brief chat and left my hostel. I am currently sat at the most boring airport known to mankind, but hey, at least it has wifi! Boston was an absolute treat. But I am now super excited to enter a new country, although I am stupidly anxious about the fact they speak French! Goodbye Boston and Bonjour Montreal ...
... entering the main campus etc. MIT on the other hand was much more quirky with interesting architecture and Robots! (see photos).
Wednesday was again relaxed with some time to post half of our belongings back home (because our bags were far too heavy) and do some shopping as we looked to sort ourselves out for Brazil. FYI, I love shopping in America as I am 2 sizes smaller in their clothes! (N).
For dinner our hostel did a ...
... to go on a Harvard tour. On route we walked through the Boston Public Gardens again and went to see the bronze statues of the ducklings from the famous book “Make Way for Ducklings”. It’s a children’s picture book about a pair of mallards who decide to raise their family on an island in the lagoon in Boston Public Gardens. It is said the ducks never need professional polishing because children sit on ...
Our last day in London and England We got up early to say goodbye to Ros and finished the packing that we had started the night before (and we managed to get everything in the bags and distribute them around the bags so that none of them were over the limit). We had planned to go for a walk around the Greenland Dock, but only had enough time to investigate the locks. We had ordered a minicab and he turned up on ...