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... 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... ...
... hop a ride back to markets where I met the girls at Waggamama for lunch dumplings a rice paper rolls.Rachael and I headed of for the Freedom trail walk and Tracy headed bak to the room for a little rest.we hopped a trolly to the Boston Common wishing we had put a few more layers on and wondering where the predicted 10 degrees had gone ....it was icy in the wind . The Freedom trail was good , we had a girl ...
Today was our first day to do some sightseeing so thought JFK museum would be great, after missing the Washington DC exhibit. Getting used to the metro here and the place is very clean. Finally arrived at the destination and walked to the bus stop which would take you straight to the museum and of course, there was a sign saying is was closed due to Government Shutdown - GREAT!! It was now 12.30pm so since we had travelled all that way, and it ...
... on the third floor where my room was. I refuse to call them bedrooms, because they shouldn't have had beds in them! There was no way ANY human being should have to sleep in such conditions, especially when they're paying over $80 a night to do so. The room had a pungent chemical-like smell, was airless, stinking hot and the fan whirring away on the ceiling only served to make the smell and heat move faster around the room. It contained a metal cot, ancient battered wardrobe in ...
... resulted in such utter carnage and loss of innocent lives, we stopped at the various shrines along the way and paid our respect. The same day as thousands ran the last mile of the Marathon in respect for those who had been killed or lost life. The message Boston Strong - rings throughout the city.
Then heading back into the Harborside, we went to the Aquarium, we have been lucky enough to visit a number of Aquariums over the years in ...