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... I have no idea why. It amused me though. And I had a couple on the other side about to have a domestic as they argued what their food stamps would be spent on. 7/11 or Target. I then did what I had intended to do in the first place. I went shopping and bought two pairs of shorts and got a new phone for America. The lady was very helpful and set it all up for me, giving me the cheapest option and making sure everything was okay before I left the store. I then went into a pharmacy and ...
... All I wanted to do was take a bath and read my book on Russian grammar. Is that really too much to ask?
Of course it is. I filled up the tub again, and twisted the stopper extra hard this time to make sure it was in place properly. If anything the water drained out even faster.
Giving up, I toweled myself off and went to read my book in bed, despondent over the loss of my bath time. *sigh* I had really been looking forward to it. My bathtub at home ...
... for 75 years and is now a Mexican food restaurant. I then passed the Old South Meeting House which played a large role in one of the American Revolution’s most vociferous protests, namely the Boston Tea Party. Before the revolution, the Massachusetts government was seated in the Old State House. It is now surrounded by modern buildings and busy streets and inside you will find a museum and a bookstore. Here, I bought a copy of the book ...
... bundles of multi-coloured leaves littering the streets. Very idyllic. Bunker hill itself is a monument to the battle that the British undertook to take the hill, which ended in victory (get in) but at the cost of hundreds of soldiers. This battle sounded like the script of Les Mis, with Paul Revere riding through the streets, chased by the British, to inform the revolutionists of its immanency. And boy, does Boston like Paul Revere. The Freedom Trail coming back into town is ...
... finish. We watched a game of kickball. A game played on a baseball diamond using a soccer sized ball which is pitched to home plate and the player kicks it. Baseball rules apply but you can throw it and hit a person a bit like poison ball to get the out. There seems to be a competition as some were talking about the championships. Tickets for tomorrow- The Blue Man Group. A delicious dinner at Legal Seafoods before retiring to watch a bit of ...
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