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... According to our trolley guide, the other statue is in Moscow, and their names are the same but with a Russian accent (which he refused to demonstrate).
After I had finished taking pictures, I spent some time sitting on the park bench with Lawrence while Bob and Richard went to take pictures of Cheers. He gave me some very good advice about life that I would do well to remember. It was something along the lines of 'don't let anyone (or you, yourself) tell ...
... lunch containing half a chicken ( with fries of course)
Day 3 was a confirmed foody treat Brunch was relatively late once we found our way down to harbor and suitably greasy and creaky 'Anthony's Cafe'. Matt finally had his full American Breakfast - complete with home fries. I restrained myself to a bagel smothered in cheese and bacon.
For our evening meal, post massacre re-enactment we were invited to join our hosts and their ...
... convincing on our part that the lady is not actually Michelle Obama, lol. After dinner we head back to the room for an early night so we can be up at 4.30am to catch our flight to Saranac Lake in the morning.
We put the TV on when we get back and you won't believe what's on...RUDOLPH THE RED NOSE REINDEER, woohoo, I'm in heaven. It was short lived as we came in right at the end but hallelujah, Frosty the Snowman and Frosty Returns follow it up, ...
... and decided to drive a bit into Vermont. About 30 miles in we saw a sign on a side road for Honey at ¾ mile in so decided to take it, and at the end of the road found an old farm with a farmer out and about. We talked to him a bit and found it is he and his mother living here- He is around 55. They have 600 maple trees and a sugar house. I bought one small syrup and then he showed us all around the sugar house and told us a lot about syrup and after lots of talk ...
... murky and better left to the ducks! I walked on down to the busy shopping and cafe district of Boyleston Street, and saw the finish line of the Boston marathon. There was no obvious sign of the terrible bombing back in April, obviously extensive repairs had taken place. But everywhere you look, on shop fronts, t-shirts, hats etc are the words "Boston Strong". And that doesn't refer to the accent. I have to confess to visiting the Bald Man Chocolate Shop for dinner, ...
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