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... I spent the entire afternoon sleeping.
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... is 221 (b) which I got excited about, cos you know, Sherlock. With only a mintue to spare, I turn on the tv for Fargo. The tv doesn't know it's own channels so I had to go through one by one, so I missed the first little bit but that's ok, because I had somewhere to sleep and my treat that I had been looking forward to since I left Melbourne. I checked Facebook and saw that Lucy, from Adelaide, had also arrived at ...
... br> Matt was even happier that night when he ordered steak, we'd winced a bit at seeing $20+ price tags but after wandering for a long time felt it was deserved. Part way through we realised this was only about £13- just moments before a steak bigger than his head arrived, unbelievably he'd gone for the second smallest on the menu, but more predictably he managed to sweat his way through it.
I wasn't jealous at all honest.
Day two ...
... asked if I had any bites, and went and had a long consultation with the manager in an inner office, which was a bit insulting, did they think I was making it up?! Then once I gave a description of what I'd seen (and killed) they came and inspected the room, saw the indisputable evidence and did the following. I was given a roll of quarters, $10 worth, to wash ALL of my clothing, and dry it. They arranged to call in exterminators, and said they'd put me in another room ...
... and a morning beverage Day 2 Started the day with Buffet breakfast and silver for team GB in the women's road race. Then out to take the trolley tour from stop 5 round to stop 1 followed by a harbour cruise. We had lunch at Quincy market before rejoining the trolley tour. Got off at Bunker Hill to visit the monument. Then back to Boston Common. Walked down to Granary Hill graveyard to see where Samuel Adams was buried along with Benjamin Franklin's parents and Paul Revere. After ...