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... decorations and things for our walls. We spent more than 2 hours in the store. It was amazing. Then we stopped at CVS, then Panera. Finally, we walked into Harvard Square! That whole area is beautiful and super fun. We ate some cookies at Insomnia (which are delicious if you haven't tried them). Finally, we spent 3 hours making crafts. This isn't exactly what I imagined myself doing in college, but it was so much fun and I couldn't come up with a better thing to do on a Saturday ...
... time in the bookstore I decided I should head MIT-wards. So I did. I only had a short look around as I was quite tired by then. I was going to get the subway into Back Bay so I could take a look at the Boston Public Library. But I looked at the map on city mapper (thank you Ellie for introducing me to that, it is amazing!) and decided it was just as easy to walk across the bridge back into Back Bay. Plus it meant that I got a great view over the Charles ...
... tasted here so far. After a home breakfast we set out to explore further afield and found where the subway station was; then walked up towards Boston Common, checking out local Irish pubs on the way as we understand there is live music at these, and will try to get there later in the week. At the Common there were various protests underway with the local nurses protesting about a drop in funding. A ...
... and then forced upon African populations. As a result, many rulers and elites came to see the state as an unlimited fountain of wealth and power, without real consequences for plundering it. Massive kleptocracies emerged across the African continent and rulers only sought political office, and refused to let it go, because therein lied enormous economic gain and political patronage. The concept of leveraging the state for ...
... received our tour group photo and Lyn and me also received a special gift from Trafalgar re our trip being to celebrate our retirement. Lyn received a beautiful small picture book of the Amish community and I received a Boston Red Sox cap.
Thanks you's were expressed, some highlights shared and lots of photos.
Tomorrow we head to New York (via Newport, Rhode Island) where the tour finishes and we have a couple of days in the Big ...