Extended Stay America - Boston - Waltham - 32 4th Ave.
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Waved Nick, Emma and Charlie off this morning, they started their drive north to Buckhorn, Ontario stopping at friends and family on the way. We packed up our bags for our trip up north to Boston and Provincetown. Packed way too much in our backpacks, headed off to New York onwards to Boston via the Greyhound. As we arrived into New York we got a message from Charlie that they had broken down 5 minutes from the house in Ramsey with ...
... Impressive is the best way to describe it. Old school buildings set among sprawling lawns. Just stunning. It looked like they were setting up for their graduation as there would have been in excess of two thousand chairs being set up, and more PA equipment and Jumbo screens than the MCG. The students doing the valedictory speeches and class speeches were all doing their rehearsals. They sounded pretty witty (I came here for the John Adams, and stayed for the ...
... in the aquarium.
The Boston Aquarium was awesome! The behind the scenes tour was a great value. We enjoyed seeing the stingrays, the penguins, and the octopus. Thanks for a great trip!
Jordan and Jen - I really loved the aquarium. It was very fun. I learned a lot. My favorite part was the penguins and the sea lions. The baby sea lions were so cute and very playful. I would love to ...
... and jeer at the British red coats - and went along with it quite passionately - so we thought it best to avoid shouting 'Go Brit's go' and kept a low profile.
We also managed to enjoy a gorgeous sunny walk around a harbour where they apparently got excited over tea. Given the tea I have tasted so far in America, I do not blame them - the stuff is awful
... The oldest grave we could find was for someone who was born in 1588. He died in 1649.
Boston is a nice city. Too much traffic, though. Glad we are not driving around in it. Tomorrow we walk the rest of the Freedom Trail and Friday to Sunday we got tickets for the hop on hop off bus and tickets for a duck boat ...