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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... silversmithing. In 1775 he left his home and slipped out of the City to warn the Revolutionaries of the British advance and later took a commission in the Bostonian Army. The walk took in several notable Churches which supported the Revolution and after a very long walk crossing the Charles River we finally ended up at the Bunker Hill Monument, a site famous for one of the last defeats by the British Army before the final victory ...
... we enjoyed the Farmers Market in the hotel courtyard and got a little sunshine! At 24 hours post chemo, I needed a Neulasta shot to boost my white counts over the coming weeks. We went over to the hospital for that, brought our stuff and headed for the bus home. Thank you for coming with me, my dear friend Bruria. How wonderful you made this treatment trip.
I’m late getting this entry up because, once home post chemo, I got kind of sick. I expect to ...
... university. Like much of Boston the buildings were gorgeous and immaculate, but maybe because it was summer holidays and we didn't do a guided tour, it felt a bit flat and lifeless. It was hard to imagine it as a bustling student university. So we immersed ourselves in the fantastic Harvard Book Store and all walked away with a new book.
Back on the T we went to the Isabella Stewart Gardner museum which displays her ...
... we also went aboard the USS Cassin Young. The Cassin Young was a destroyer from the second World War named after a man who almost died at Pearl Harbor and then actually died about a month later. The destroyer packed tons of horrifying weapons used to give other sailors a terrifying death at sea. Like I said, horrifying.
After we had toured the ship, we got back on the cruise boat and sailed back across the harbor to Longwharf (so named because it is ...
... First stop was the duck tour. Not the cute, isn't it adorable kind of duck rather the amphibious vehicle type of duck. It took us around the harbour explaining the history of Boston and how much of it is built on reclaimed land...interesting. As the tour came to an end and our guide and captain thanked us and hoped we had enjoyed the tour they reminded us of their names but said if we hadn't enjoyed it their names were something or other else, ah too funny those ...