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... they had on the wall, and had fun swapping Italy stories with Lizzie and Eric over dinner. We capped the night off with cannoli at Mike's--my chocolate ricotta was soo good, and apparently there are other even awesome-r bakeries nearby. I probably could've spent the whole weekend eating in the North End, but we had a date with history on the morrow and called it an early night.
... It is an interesting bit of history and one that we are glad we took the time to visit. From here we made a short drive over to the town of Brookline and the National Park that preserves the birthplace of John F. Kennedy.
In 1914, newly weds Rose and Joseph Kennedy moved into their first home at 83 Beal Street in Brookline. Both Rose and Joseph were grandchildren of immigrants and children of politically prominent fathers. The house was ...
... Ocean Tank which is home to a huge Caribbean coral reef. We went out back to see the Northern fur seals in action in their open-air exhibit. There was this crazy seal who grabbed this water hose and swam around the outside pool spraying water up in the air and trying to drink it! Check out the video! Casey loved the turtles. I thought the sharks and rays were awesome.
After touring the Aquarium and working up a ...
... in a great film...Good Will Hunting. Good Will Hunting is a great film about a 20 year old (Damon) who works as a janitor at Harvard. A math professor writes a math sum on a blackboard in the hallway and no one can answer it. Damon's character is a genius and he answers it and to escape jail time he must work with the professor and see a therapist (Robin Williams) and sort out his future basically and to stop sabotaging himself as he is smart.
Matt Damon and Ben Affleck wrote ...
... and then that will be it.
We both feel that this has been a great achievement and one that we are unlikely to top in our lifetimes.
Should you do it? Why not? It is, for a Brit, an experience overload in a friendly country with lovely people.
Best wishes to all my readers, a tired but happy couple.
Ridden the Dream!!!!!!!!!!!!
Chris and ...