Candlewood Suites - Boston Braintree
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We all slept well after our rainy day adventures. Ian picked up Dave and I, then we headed to see his home. Lovely 2 bedroom apartment with a great view over open fields and a beautiful church. Claire and son, Callum, joined us for a trip to Finchingfield. Callum went armed with bread to feed the ducks. We wandered around this quaint little town including a short walk up to the windmill. Apparently this place is very popular with the locals for chilling. The Tour de ...
... in the fight for independence against us bloody Brits.
One thing we hadn't planned for, however, was the humidity. It's something we hadn't experienced at all until Toronto and Niagara Falls, but even they were nothing compared to this. With the temperature already at 30°C by the time we left the house, it wasn't very reassuring seeing 'Humidity: 100%' on the weather report. Just walking 5 minutes down to the subway stop had left us drenched in sweat. ...
... I learn not to trust gross looking burger vans?! Anyway, this morning I got all of my bits together, bumped into two girls that I had met at my phillie hostel, had a brief chat and left my hostel. I am currently sat at the most boring airport known to mankind, but hey, at least it has wifi! Boston was an absolute treat. But I am now super excited to enter a new country, although I am stupidly anxious about the fact they speak French! Goodbye Boston and Bonjour Montreal ...
... She chose my character card appropriately... Ebenezer MacIntosh, who led the riots haha. The guide ran through some of the rules, and what she wanted us to do, and appropriate responses we may need throughout the tour. We were supposed to be an angry mob opposed to the taxing that the British were trying to inflict. We were then introduced to Samuel Adams, and the 'town meeting' was ...
... US Independence is fascinating. Doesn't show the Brits in a great light!
In the evening we went back to the North End. Lively, plenty to see and do. Ate out there.
The New England Holocaust memorial was particularly thought provoking. The six towers with all the names on and the rising smoke, described better here: http://www.nehm.org/visit/self-guided-t ...