Courtyard By Marriott Boston Billerica / Bedford
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... minutes away, return the car and once again stay at the Hyatt with the nice view of Boston across the harbour. And then go to the bar for a well earned drink. It was no fun driving in the pouring rain for the whole day. The Autumn colours were great and after leaving the sad state ME we had harvest fest in NH and more Halloween in MA. Hotel: Hyatt on the Harbour Mileage: 174 m. Total 1171 ...
Going to the Library makes me appreciate how technologically advanced UCI's Science library was. Their periodicals and government reports were on hand turned carts with no computer fo find them for you!.
I decided to leave because while there were more new student events, I was not a new student. Also, my shirt was so soaked from the exertion and the heavy heat that I had salt stains.
... of and went into a shopping centre. We found a cheesecake shop so in we went for coffee and cake. I ordered Lemon Meringue Cheesecake and it was unlike any I have had before. It was so delicious. Phillip had Peanut Brittle Cheesecake and that too was very nice. Neither one of us though were able to finish as they were quite big slices. It will be soup for tea tonight!
Phillip then ...
... of tea!!). Next was historic Faneuil Hall which is still in use and was infact used this morning to nationalise some new Americans. Outside we saw some street performers that we had seen in New York back in 2012. What a coincidence?? Next we walked to Paul Revere's house, the original house and one of the very few timber houses of that time still standing. From there is was back on the bus and a slow trundle through peak hour traffic to a stop closer to ...
... Boston. I did not realize how far close we were to the Freedom Trail until we happened upon the replica of a British tea ship. Kenneth and Heather were juniors in high school when we took a trip with the teachers of Northern California conference and I insisted that they let me film them throwing the bales of tea overboard. I'm sure you can imagine how much they enjoyed that! We continued up the street among the huge high-rise buildings and ran into the ...