Extended Stay America - Boston - Danvers
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... red brick or in some areas now painted and meanders through the urban areas of Boston.
One of our 'finds' was a fresh produce market where we bought a punnet of raspberries, blackberries and strawberries for the grand total of US$4!
We ventured off here and there to explore areas of the Northend, Charleston Naval Yard, Harbour Trail walk, and then back through the finance district, CBD and shopping ...
... courtyard. Afterwards we hang around in Copley Square, before making our way a block or two away. We don't seem to cover as much area as we did this morning, and I enjoyed the tour, but I do think this morning was so much better. More photo opportunities, prettier subjects, etc. My favourite part of this one, aside from the library and the friendly companions, was the cutie little Jack Russell who was having a whale of time swimming in the fountain :) *sated my Jasp cravings for a ...
... is a cemetery in the center of Boston that has a lot of famous people buried there including Ben Franklin, Sam Adams and Paul Revere. There are three people here that helped write the Declaration of Independence. For such a small cemetery, there are sure a lot of famous people buried here. I remember seeing the famous cemetery in Boston and it could have took four hours to try and find who you are looking for. The state capital is not much ...
... there called Boston Commons to people watch before heading back home for dinner and to sleep. Ate at a pizza place called Sal's. They have them quite frequently located but the pizza is cheap and very good. They had about 9 different pizzas you could choose from to order by the slice but one slice is literally 1/4 of the pizza. only $3.49.Was a nice relaxing day.
Hope everyone in Washington is enjoying their sunshine. :-)
Love you all,
Mercedes and Andrew
When I first started planning this trip, I was pretty adamant about one aspect: no technology. An adventurous solo journey through Africa and constant digital connectedness were simply incompatible aims. Leave the computer, ignore the iPhone, actively burn stock shares of Facebook and Twitter--whatever it took to ensure I wouldn't be glued to a screen. The thought of David Livingstone courageously journeying down the Zambezi River, ...