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fresh vacation haircut and seeing what happens.
Just found out that this site doesn't have an Android app which is pretty stupid. It tells me that this may not be a good site for y needs, though.
I saw something a out using "quick mode", but can't figure out what that is.
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... and the memorials and statues remembering the change in the battle that occurred here. Next we headed towards Bunker Hill (actually Breeds Hill) to visit the nearby USS Constitution, also known as *Old Iron Sides". We drove into Boston and began walking part of the red line in the sidewalk - the Freedom Trail. We walked up to Paul Reveres house where we were able to take a tour of his house. Paul was a well rounded man - a silver smith, engraver, bell maker, tool maker, ...
... to find some lunch/dinner. It is pretty cold here especially when the wind blows and we felt rather chilly during our walk. We found a lovely cafe just before hyperthermia set in and enjoyed a delicious bowl of turkey chili and Mediterranean eggplant soup. Once we were warmed up we braved the street again and headed to the theatre district. We found the theatre we were looking for and were relieved to warm up ...
Well, thanks to a 4 a.m. wakeup call and our airport driver Angelo, we've successfully made to Logan's Terminal E and are waiting for our flight. We were subjected to the naked picture scanner at security; I considered opting out, but it was just too early for the hassle, so I chose violation over inconvenience. I'm sure we're all much safer now. Anyway, we will be taking British Airways to Heathrow, which I am very happy about. ...
... We visited the location of what will be our final Hotel and down to the waterfront.
One of the highlights of today was the USS Constitution - the first real American Battleship, and the oldest floating Military ship (while HMS Victory is the oldest its in dry dock).
I will leave the pictures to tell the story of today.
Lots of Love
Les & Caroline