Hampton Inn Boston Braintree
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... family gathering. For those of you who don't understand this is my mom's family, originally from Coatbridge, outside of Glasgow
Scotland. IT was a great reunion with my cousins that I only see every 10 to 20 years. Uncle James drove down from Doncaster in Yorkshire . we had such a great time. We had spent the last two weeks with our new friends from all over the UK. I thought this would have trained our ears to understand the language. Not so much. They all speak ...
... including a Boston Harbour tour with a really great guide full of interesting info..
We even bought a two day trolly bus ticket and did not get to use that day it as there was so much to see in the one area.
Lunch, we ate at the famous 'legal sea food' restaurant close to the aquarium.
For me muscles in white wine and a cream sauce.
CJ after much deliberation had crab with blue cheese in a 1/2 Coss lettuce... ...
... I didn't draw a very good map for Bec to find the laundrette and she spent a bit of time wandering aimlessly, but got some cool photo's in the process.
Found a Thai restaurant for dinner that had lots of veggies on the menu so starting to feel like we've had good veggie fix for the day.
Tomorrow it's back on the trolley and across the river to Harvard and MIT for a taste of campus ...
... boats, and went looking for land iguanas. We found two males facing off, with erect spines and hissing. They are pale blue-green, ranging in size from 12 to 18 inches long. The more social iguanas gathered at the cookies and fruit. We also saw two oyster catcher-like birds, and manta rays. We picked up trash, organized by a guest who saw lots of trash on the previous week's trip. She was appreciated for her initiative. All told, over 20 gallons of trash was collected. ...
... The first two charges cost the British many casualties, but it also cost the Americans valuable ammunition that would prove to be a decisive factor in their being overrun on the third and final charge. Though they lost the battle, the American Militiamen proved that they could hold their own against the harden veterans of the British Army. In 1843, a 221-foot-tall granite obelisk was erected as a monument to the Battle of Bunker Hill. Atop the hill by the monument was ...