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... past Fenway Park and the famous Green Monster (I didn't think that $16 for a tour of the ballpark was worth it so I didn't actually walk in). Dinner was some delicious Vietnamese Food and after that ended I got a pleasant surprise when the train conductor didn't want to waste time with me paying my fare with cash so I got to ride the train for free.
Day two was slightly more boring and involved a late start to the day, it was ...
... a few days before on our stop over.
We arrive at the Frog Pond and the line for skating winds around almost half of the rink. Lisa and I venture over to check out the rates which are quite reasonable but we decide the line is too long and we should have plenty of opportunities to skate in New York. So we head back to the hotel for leftovers while watching a spot of ice hockey. Before long it's time to hit the hay and get a good night's sleep. Tomorrow we are off to New York!
... the YMCA where I cleaned up from the beach and Phil did his workout. We had a message from Saul and tried several times to reach him so decided to go to ChinaTown without him! It was an hour after our agreed on meet time. Phil checked phone messages as we were walking and there was on from Saul—we called back and caught him and he had thought 6pm instead of 5 and was across town, so we told him sorry, you were not there and we are on our way. A few ...
... to the aquarium for the afternoon. We were disappointed that the penguins are on vacation while their home is refurbished, but still had a nice time. I touched a shark!
We were finished at the aquarium with lots of time to spare, so we walked around outside for a bit. There was a craft market nearby so we wandered, but it was hot so eventually we decided to head back to the airport even though ...
... it. But then he moved to another row to sit with a friend and young lady originally sitting between them was directed to the aisle seat we had just given up. Her name was Tara. (Just before take off that same gentleman move to yet another seat and left his friend sitting by himself in a row of three seats so if they hadn't played that game, we might have the row to ourselves but it's now behind us.)
Anyway, back to Tara, she was from Connecticut and ...
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