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... 15 min' and we all know it is rude to reject a compliment.
I put forward a vote for the shuttle but was shot down with a disdainful look.
We headed off down the hill towards the T station. note down the hill. my remark that we would have to walk up the hill on the way back fell on deaf ears... she was not the one doing pack mule impressions.
To CJ's delight we were treated to the sight of a procession of geese ...
... everything about everything and was funny cracking bad jokes and singing songs .The full loop took a couple of hrs and gave us a good overview of the area and info on all the sites and some cool history on Boston . We had lunch at waggamamas a yummy curry and rice and then Tracey went for a massage ,Rachael went to get her nails done and I headed for the state Hall museum which was a meeting house for parliament in the early days and the centre of the fight for independence .Was ...
... that we took the bus back to our hotel. After a little rest, we went out to dinner.
Saturday, we got up and headed out on the bus tour again. This time we stopped at Harvard University. We took a student run tour of the campus. Very nice place. Lots of history here. After that we had some lunch and went on a Charles River cruise. Cloudy ...
... Tavern and the Munroe Tavern. All are important buildings in the development of the beginning of the American Revolution. We also saw the Minuteman Monument drove through parts of the Minuteman National Park. We were advised not to stop and hike around, as the rangers were kicking people out.
Tomorrow we head to Boston for a 7 night stay. ...
... to college, join a profession, or participate in public life. Think poverty, pogroms and Fiddler on the Roof.
During our grandparents lives, World War I, World War II, The Shoah, and the Establishment of the State of Israel led to either the death or the relocation of 8 out of 10 of the world's Jews.
Our grandparents made the trek from Eastern Europe to America and started their new lives with no education, no money and ...