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... the neighborhood while waiting. There are streets and streets of terraced brick houses. Some streets have a small park running along the centre of them and others have cafés, laundries etc at street level. The locals told us that bad weather is forecast tomorrow due to Hurricane Arthur making its way up the coast from Florida. Because of this the 4th of July Boston Pops concert and fireworks scheduled to be held tomorrow evening have been brought forward to tonight ...
... I might be able to get a photo in a moment when there were no children. No such luck! A fight broke out between two children over who was going to climb up onto mother duck (the most popular with both kids AND parents!) and so I took my picture and got out of there before it got too heated! I was on my way to the monument when I saw what, from a distance, looked like a flower display. On the hill that leads up to the monument which marks the start of the freedom trail Boston ...
... beer! We managed to get a free shuttle from the hotel, which saved us a substantial amount of money in a taxi, and wandered around the centre of Boston taking photos, while looking for a nice pub. We found a small place in the heart of the old town, called the 'Union Oyster House', one of the oldest pubs in Boston, and planned to 'stay for one'. Four pints later, we headed back to the hotel for the first proper sleep in a ...
Today begins with an earlier morning so that I can walk to the hospital in time for handover as I am spending the morning shadowing on a surgical ward. I also spent time with the respiratory therapist learning about their role within this hospital system. In the afternoon I sat in on the Emergency Management committee meeting, the events that they're planning for are crazy but are being ...
... those with actors in costume. It freaks me out, and my anxiety goes through the roof. I have to say though, this was a lot of fun. In hindsight, it probably would have been much better to do this museum as our first port of call. It would have explained a lot. It's well worth a visit if you are in town. As well as the knowledge of the time period, we will also take away our catchphrase of the holiday: ...
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275 Norwood Park South, Norwood | 3 star hotelfrom $154