Extended Stay America - Boston - Waltham - 52 4th Ave
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... built downwards, which goes down 6 floors and out under the grassed area in front which is now known as the stacks. Very interesting! After the tour we went to a bar called John Harvard, known to be the founder, in fact he was just a major benefactor. One of James friends joined us for food and we just needed up chatting about university, sport and how things are surprisingly much different in the UK. We caught the red line back to our hostel around 9.45pm for another sleepless ...
... ingathered from among the nations – has been answered, and the horrors of our sages being martyred for teaching Torah is a distant memory.
In my travels of the past year I saw an Israel that was enjoying peace and prosperity, and, with 90% of Jewish children being born in Israel or North America, a new era of Jewish freedom, sovereignty and renewal was under way.
Yet, as I learned from my AIPAC mission at the end of last ...
... with the traffic.
Checked into our hotel around lunch time, grabbed a sandwich and went for a 1 hour walk along the waterfront to the Museum of Science where our Duck Tour was leaving.
These Duck Tours are insanely popular with 28 of the amphibious vehicles operating at one time, so no ducking waiting around for us. The tour took in all of the major sites like Boston Common, Boston Public Garden, Beacon Hill, West End, North End, Bunker Hill, ...
We got to the bus departure point by 9.15am for the 9.30am departure to Newport and the mansions. There were 28 people on the Greyline bus and we got the seat right behind the driver, which was good because we had a great view of the road ahead. We were on the freeway for a long time until we got to Newport. Our first stop was the Marble House - a mansion with over-the-top decorations and a top spot on ...
... replicas of the Tea Party ships and even dumped tea overboard just as the Sons of Liberty did.
That evening we had some drinks and nibbles in the flat and dinner at Port 305 in Marina Bay. There was some very interesting chat on the concept of fate. Fuelled by champagne everyone was convinced their belief was the right one. We decided the best thing was just to agree to disagree.
On Sunday we made our way ...