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... do!). Anyhow it was nice to visit one of the most prestigious universities in the world. I then headed to Faneiul Hall. Faneiul Hall is the place where the American Revolution got going. The area around it is lovely, it's mainly a market selling all sorts of things. From Faneiul Hall I did a free walking tour of the north end. I must admit, I find American history rather dull. The only American history that I've enjoyed at school ...
Another Kardashian episode is on tv and so Geline and I are glued to the tv. The recording is cut off so we don't know if Khloe and Kourtney make up, boo.
It was a great couple of days in Boston and I was so happy that we were able to have the Bermas / Relunia reunion this year. Geline and Vic welcomed us into their home and took time out to take us around the New England area. We say farewell and hope to have the next Bermas / Relunia reunion again soon.
... for dinner in the local area. We found a lovely little Vietnamese restaurant and as it is a year since we were there, we settled for that. Predictably, Sandra ordered spring rolls and Emma had a rice and chicken dish!
Tuesday is is allocated to seeing Boston with a city tour, some free time to wander around the sights and then a harbour cruise with lobster (or chicken) dinner. We should have some more interesting tales to tell after that lot.
... trail around for a while and visited a couple of eighteenth century cemeteries and some more historical sights. Jumped back on the trolley and came back to the hotel. Just deciding what we should do for dinner.
Tomorrow we leave Boston, heading north to Salem - Bec wants to check out all the Salem witch history. From there, we plan to get to Portland Maine. It looks like about 3 hours drive north from Salem so all things being equal, that's where we should be.
... beds. When I found what I wanted, I needed to refuel and I ate my first Mac&Cheese ever at a small place near the mall. It was then time to travel back to campus because obviously I couldn’t wait to try out my newest purchases.
Before the chillings in my new bed could start, I first made a quick stop at the supermarket across Boston College, which was just another great opportunity to judge the Americans and their eating habits. ...