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Travel Blogs from Nashua
... ambled around the grounds of the Harriet Beecher Stowe centre and museum. The place opened at 12 pm which was too late for us. For those that don't know, she wrote the book made famous in the movie King and I that featured the story of Uncle Tom's Cabin-an anti slavery book. We drove onto Springfield and visited the Dr Seuss National Memorial. Brilliant sculptures depicting his famous characters. Not ...
... and pancakes for breakfast-a good start for the day. It is even sunny out, though may not last till tomorrow. We decided to visit the 'Moving Wall’, a ˝ size replica of the Vietnam Veterans Wall in WDC on its short stay in Malden. It was very impressive and sobering! From there we headed to the beach at Revere and it is PACKED today-More people than I have ever seen here. But none of our gang are here-we called a couple and they are out of town but we ...
... and the gifts all around them. It looks warm and cozy! It never did look good outside so we held off on visiting Tony. Tried to call some friends for dinner but never connected so eventually headed out to eat at a new place to me, but it is easily within walking distance in better weather. Café Italia and it is good. A small place, from the outside does not look like much, but inside is a very friendly bar with white tablecloths on the tables-very impressing. The bar tender ...
... bridge and into town where we finally decided on another eatery. And when we found it, we saw the one we wanted across the street. Said to be the best in MA for all sea foods! Well, it was our worst chowder yet!! Do not eat at the Lobster Pot! Leaving there we wanted to head to Boston, and after at least 45 minutes and MANY trips around and around and around—literally-they have huge round-a-bouts here! Much frustration and finally took the only possible ...
... was playing the mother, Abby, on TVs Eight is Enough) and Christine Ebersole, also a famous and multi talented lady. It was just a superb afternoon! But wait, there is more! Near the end Michael said a favorite friend of his happened to be there and would we mind if she joined him for a song—Would you believe the wonderful Liza Minnelli!!! And she was terrific – they sang New York, New York to thunderous applause! I had tears in my eyes. I had expected ...
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