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... maintenance so instead of one change of trains we had three followed by a two kilometre walk at the end. It was worth it though and Jarn now has a brand new jacket with sleeves of identical length. Happy husband, happy wife, happy life. He was so happy, in fact, that he even agreed to walk home so I could see the other end of Boston Common, which was lovely because it was dog-walking times for the locals. After a few days away we always start to miss Kassy badly so ...
... for the Americans. The monument is very impressive and commands an excellent elevated position with views over the City. Tramping back we realised that we hadn't stopped for lunch so at 3.30 we popped into a nice Italian restaurant on a back street called Salem St. We were seated next to a couple of sisters who hailed from Boston and had a very nice chat with them as we ate. I had an excellent pizza whilst Chris had a fusili pasta ...
7. Ben Franklin Statue (former site of the first public school: Boston Latin School)
8. Old Corner Bookstore
9. Old South Meeting House
10. Old State House
11. Boston Massacre site
12. Faneuil Hall/Quincy Market
13. Paul Revere House
14. Old North Church
15. Copp's Hill Burying Ground
16. USS Constitution (aka "Old Iron Sides")
17. Bunker Hill Monument and battleground site
I love history, but ...
... really intriguing and well priced, on the Internet. A self styled European Boutique hotel (think small rooms and limited public spaces) the location right at Copley Square was great and the idea intrigued me. But “pictures lie”:). I had checked Trip Advisor and I knew not to reserve without seeing the rooms in person. Bruria and I saw a 2 bedroom apartment, the only “apartment” unit available to see. The apartment wasn’t bad, ...
... it is the Thursday before your Wednesday appt at the Consulate of Spain to get a visa for your 8 month hiatus on an island where you will only be required to show up somewhere 4 days a week aprox 4 hours each of those days. Now imagine that you have not received your carta confirming you have that spot to teach English and you have no idea what it will take to get that carta or all the other paperwork gathered. Yes, that was the place I found myself in and went into "Get ...