Extended Stay America - Boston - Danvers
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... when asked; my grilled squid and Bob's catch of the day don't disappoint. We are treated to a small cup of the local limoncello, a specialty of the region, which ends our meal on a warm note, and we wind our way back to our Sorrento apartment where our hostess has left us a small bottle of the same elixir made by her mother. We'll save that for another night as this stuff is powerful, indeed!
Ciao for now.
... Just gorgeous. From there, we met Andrew, a friend of Jesse's, who is has been living here for 4 months. Seeing Boston through Andrew's eyes was fantastic. We saw gorgeous streets like Acorn St, historical places... like where the Declaration of Independence was signed, where Benjamin Franklin was baptised, where the meetings prior to the Tea Party took place. Cobbled streets, Christmas trees, beautiful architecture, so many things to explore and ...
... an hour or so with no visible sign of any parade. By 2:30 we decided to walk further in to the East side and try to meet up with the parade en route. We strolled down a neighbourhood highway so reminiscent of the local streets seen in US films, with people sitting out on the sidewalk and on the steps leading up to their homes.
The parade finally came into view and in general it was more about military activity, real, pretend and practice. We saw various forms of ...
... my mobile phone, which is good We looked around the market stalls, and there were kids playing in the fountains all along the harbour and the Rose Kennedy Greenway which is beautiful. Then into the main Quincy Market buildings and watched the buskers and had a walk around. Had lunch at Ned Devine's pub, upstairs, and it was a relief to get away from the masses of people down below in the food hall - it was so busy and hot in there !! And outside where people ...
Today we met Jeramiah Poope, our freedom trail guide, and yes, it is his real name. The kids were over the top! He is a graduate student studying history and a part time guide, who was both educated an entertaining. He gave us an unforgettable tour.
We later visited the Museum of Science for a hands-on experience that proved fully engaging ...