TownePlace Suites Boston North Shore/Danvers
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Saturday dawned wet and cold. Rick and Vreni set off shopping and Kit and I took the underground to Park in Central Boston where we wandered to the Faneuil Hall Marketplace consisting of three long buildings, the centre of which is a huge food market - decisions, decisions! Decided on scallops wrapped in bacon, with chips of course! After that located the Cheers Bar where we were obliged to have a beer ...
Too often the men of this world, myself included, have placed a heavy yoke on women, burdening them with false teachings. We have subjugated women, stunting their spiritual growth, limiting their education, undermining their hopes and dreams. We’ve decided that “fullness” is something that is only for men, and doesn’t apply to the spiritual, economic, intellectual, professional, or leadership ...
... the heat drove us to a rendezvous with the bar for drinks first and getting a plan for the post sub aqua activity. We decided that the next stop would be the Faneuil Hall Market. this was the area we were told was the place to go and shop, eat and wander around with lots to see.
Meg led the charge with visits to various outlets in the area. One of the three markets there is Quincy market and is famous for its food and did ...
... and sugar smell, was far too overwhelming that I didn't even bother ordering to go. I then took the orange train line both ways for the sake of sitting on the subway train and seeing a bit more of the outskirts of Boston. Around three in the afternoon, I headed back to Andrew Street station and then my hotel was supposed to be walking distance. Over a bridge and many many streets that came off it. I went down a street too early and got lost so had to ask the petrol station ...
... my bags off at a college friend's apartment (Hi Dale!). Allegedly Dale's third floor walk-up in downtown Boston was used previously as a fish hatchery, thus explaining why the beautiful hardwood floors were so uneven. After some drinks at Beantown Pub and some pool we called it a night.
I got an early start to the day which was a great idea since I was about to walk the entire length of Boston's Freedom Trail. Starting at ...