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Travel Blogs from Milford
A tearful goodbye to shauna and her family, we hit the road to Boston to catch up with Greg, Deb and little 3yr old Noah. Smooth sailing drive and a healthy lunch curiously of a farmers market in Vermont. Noah and Zoe were instant friends sharing toys and giggles. A nice sneak preview of what's to come in September when baby Zoe will be born of D and ...
... on the ocean in Marblehead. Oh my goodness, what beautiful homes!! We walked out to Castle Rock and took some pictures. Such a cool spot! It's just a giant outcropping of rock into the Atlantic, but its a beautiful view! Well, tonight is our last night in Salem. I can't imagine we will pack in as much sightseeing as we did here at any of our other destinations. I highly recommend visiting the area! New England is beautiful and the people were great! Mindy & ...
... it seems that it was a great decision! We went to the store hungover the next day and just hung out with the house mates as it was the start of the weekendddd! D made dinner for everyone which went down a treat and we all watched a scary movie... Naturally G had nightmares (so did D but she won't admit it!) We was touristy on Saturday and went into Harvard square, wandered around a few Harvard campuses and appreciated the scenery, it's a very pretty place especially since ...
For our final dinner of the trip we visited an all-American restaurant which served us portions big enough to feed four men rather than one: I swear I had at least half a turkey piled up on my plate. To recover from the meat sweats Charlie, Lewis and I wandered around the city, soaking up the pretty lights and live music.
... Show in the Science Museum which I think would be amazing at any age.
Next we tackled the Freedom Trail, we managed 15 of the 17 stops (I have descriptions of 14 of them). It's a great way to learn the history of the start of the American Revolution. In Boston you feel steeped in History at every turn.
If we had more time we'd have eaten dinner in the Italian Quarter, they had some amazing looking food there.
Sometimes we need to save things to do for next ...
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