BEST WESTERN Rockland
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... melanzane and goats cheese. Didn't get to chat away in Italian though as the sisters, who proclaimed Sicillian heritage, didn't speak a word of Italian and nor did the waitress even though she looked a bit Italian! Still we had a very enjoyable lunch before making our way back to Arcadia. Boston really is a lovely place and we both found that we liked it more than New York, maybe because it felt more accessible and certainly more ...
... time. The flu symptoms (no fever, no infection) were accompanied by itchy hives. I paged the allergist on call at Brigham and followed her instructions. I had to take antihistamines & rest for the next few days. The drugs slow me down but they work. The reaction slowly subsided and when chemo resumes, we are back to the longer infusion days to try to safely give me the “magic potion” that had better be toxic to my cancer.
3rd Chemo DONE!
... the famous Boston Children's Museum. He was so excited he didn't know where to start first and literally ran around in circles until I calmed him down and suggested a starting point. He spent 2 happy hours playing in the various excellent rooms.
We headed back to Little Italy for another excellent Italian (Limoncello) and finished off at Mike's Pastry sharing an enormous Chocolate Chip Cannoli as big as my hand.
... 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 ...
... he is pretty funny in his commentary as he takes us on an almost complete loop of the city. We end the tour at stop 1, the Quincy Markets.
The Quincy Markets have permanent marquees as well as shops in some great old buildings. We grabbed some lunch and the children spot a lolly shop which we visit afterwards. The shop is not huge but does have quite an array of lollies. Ryan got a gobstopper on a stick (yuk) and Belle got some Razzles which she has ...