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... green, no need to honk and stop trying to pass me on residential streets. Maybe it is because nobody thinks twice to jaywalk. Maybe you should look both ways twice instead. Maybe you should have lights in recognizable and consistent places rather than wherever you have an extra bit of random space. IDNO. Maybe?
The GPS gets us to Tufts, pity it was the center of the school and not the dorm room ...
... They had a floating stage in the water and a Soul band just about to play so we sat next to a old guy from Boston who was chatting to us about the Irish. We watched the band play whilst sitting on a step watching the sun go down over the sea. What a great end to a great city. Little did I know that I would love it there that much, it was only a flying visit and we only went because we felt like we should for the history side. I didn't know how ...
... forcing the immediate retreat of my jandel clad feet. The time since has been spent exploring Boston, with highlights including a wander around the famed Fenway Park; the historic freedom trail; a visit to the Boston Tea Party ships; a trip to Harvard University; and a few beers at the Bull and Finch, the pub that inspired the TV series 'Cheers'...I even got to sit in Norm's seat!! But our time in one of the USA's more historic cities was perhaps ...
... fly in and out. So far all the Ice Rinks had been crammed full, but along the harbour we came across a small rink at Boston Harbour Hotel which you could go on... This was perfect for me the first timer. Petrified, as mum had never let me skate before as it was 'too dangerous' i stepped onto the ice clinging on for dear life. As a six year old girl skated literally circles round me. But after five minutes I got the hang of it and really enjoyed it, bar ...
... and how far it is to the next port.
> October 8, found us at St. John, Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick. Before we had left on our trip and I had read up on each port and it seemed to me that St. John was not going to offer much in the way of history, I was very wrong, this town provided a walking map with three different historic walks. There was the Loyalist trail, the Victorian stroll, and the Prince William walk. This town was founded by ...