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Today we left Saint John in New Brunswick, Canada and rode to St Stephen were we crossed the border at Calais, Maine back into the US.
Before we leave we meet another Harley rider in the garage of the Chateau Saint John and he gives us some information on Icefields Parkway in Canada which is right near Lake Louise. On the Icefields …
... to the Boston Common where the tour started. It was 2 degrees outside with a wind chill of -2 and it's raining. Not perfect touring weather but we didn't want to waste an afternoon! Our bearded, red haired, enthusiastic & animated tour guide (wearing an outfit including pantaloons typical from the colonial times) did a great job of explaining the Boston's part in the American Revolution, pointing out significant buildings, burial grounds and people along the way. We saw 11 ...
... find an American simcard so that we could stay up to date about our Dutch friends whilst also being able to contact our (yet to be made) American friends. After AT&T provided us with a forty dollar contract with everything we needed, we decided to treat ourselves to some hot chocolate with melting marshmellows; only in ‘Murica!
On this second day, we already knew the area around Copley Square like our back pockets, so we decided to continue ...
... I knew it the morning was over. After heading back to the centre of town, I decided to start the Freedom Trail. Starting at Boston Common the trail took me most of the afternoon and I was able to stop off at sites including the New Massachusetts State House, the Old South Meeting House and the Old State House. The trail took me most of the afternoon and I finished the day off at Quincy Market where there was a range shops and places to eat. The market ...
... are serving up really stiff drinks. Whiskey shots and our first taste of Narragansett, New England's version on Natty Ice, led us to a shot with our bartender. The conversation went something like this:
Let me make you guys a Pahting shot.
A party shot?
No, I said a Pahting shot.
A potty shot? What in the hell is that?
NO a Pahting shot, to say goodbye.
OH! A parting shot, yea, that'd be awesome!
So our bartender sent us on our ...
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