Extended Stay America - Boston - Waltham - 32 4th Ave.
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As he passed, I said, "Go, Pack, go", and that was the beginning of a beautiful six hour friendship. He asked me where I was from, and I responded that my family was from Oconto. As it turns out, he was a (retired) professor who used to teach geography at the University of Wisconsin La Crosse. Every year, he and his friends pick a destination and then spend a few weeks traveling, and this year, their trek included Boston.
Later, we ...
A lot of historical things happened in Boston, most of which involved Americans fighting with the British, or the British fighting with the Americans.
Whilst taking in the Freedom trail we managed to walk past a good number of cemeteries, and monuments dedicated to the people the British killed. We were even invited by our hosts to watch the ...
... the nasty bartender was on duty we decided to come home where Phil found a tomato to satisfy his salad urge. A wine, some talk and read a bit before bed—a busy day for us.
Sept 21st – Saturday – Up early, breakfast, read the papers and I catch up on my email and Facebook – our morning ritual! Going to be nice today so not sure what our plans will be. Once we were out we headed to the woods to see Tony ...
... eating in our chairs at the gate. It was fine...we were getting on a plane to Dublin!!
THE GREAT PLANE RIDE
The plane ride could have been a bigger disaster if you ask me, but Steve may very well hold a different opinion. The overnight flight left on time around 9pm. We were scheduled to land at 8am Dublin time, which would be 3am our time. We planned to try to be up for the ...
... in. I found a cheap Milanese makeup store that Jacinta likes on my way, so I stocked up! That night there were fireworks as it was a festival week in the city, and there were marching bands and crowds that filled up the narrow streets, so it was pretty hectic! Apparently it’s normally very different and much more peaceful.
The next day we drove back to Barcelona for the last day of our tour, via Zaragova. Its main attraction is a huge, pretty ...