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... were statues of a lion and unicorn as well as a British coat of arms, someone in the crowd climbed into the roof and threw the statues and coat of arms into a bonfire! In the restoration of the old state house Boston asked to have the other coat of arms that had once been inside the building returned to the State House. This second coat if arms has been taken by the royalists when they flees to Canada. The museum at the Old State House jokes that it is understandable why the ...
Breakfast yogurt and fruit and coffee at the markets food hall the of on the trolly bus to the navy to tour "Old Iron Side " had an interesting talk from one of the sailors about how the 500 or so sailors lived and worked and fought ...she is 33 and 0 ......the yanks love their figures .....on the oldest commissioned navy ship still afloat in the world ,back in the day .We then got the Trolly bus to Fenwick park (pak) to tour the home of the Boston Red Socks who won the World Series ...
... past with no sign of cabs so Luke & Lou went to investigate, they returned with promising news. An off-duty Private Car driver offered his services for some easy cash. It was totally worth it too because the driver was an old Bostonian bloke who was more than willing to share his knowledge of the area like giving us a brief history of Dunkin Doughnuts for example, and he was a bit of a laugh too. A warm shower was a much needed end to this cold and wet but very cool day! ...
... we learnt a lot this first one so hey, what can go wrong.
A few things I’ve learned today:
1)My first subway ride, was hot, crowded, germ infested (hanging on to those bars)…ewww, yuck!!! I’m probably not a mass transit kind of gal lol!
2)Asking questions in a strange town is probably a good thing to do..especially about train schedules.
3) Don’t put off doing things you want to do until tomorrow because ...
... for me and a Millers for Marek. After lunch we went for a long walk down Newbury Street, Boston's glitzy shopping street. We walked through Boston Public Park And Boston Common to Faneuil Hall / Quincy Market which is very touristy but has an impressive food hall which made me want to taste crab and lobster offerings all over again. With no gym or running and all this eating (ok the walking helps!) I was going to be positively ...
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- Business Services
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