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... but Phil had talked on the phone with her a lot. Finally found the house and then before we went in we decided to drive for Chinese food-Kevins birthday is Monday so this worked out well. He is on oxygen with cords all over. The granddaughter, Hannah is 13 and cute as can be! She loves horses and spends all her time with her four. The horses and the chickens and several dogs are her responsibility and she does a good job. We just had a good time and ...
... center is based is a much poorer area of its affluent neighbours and was historically a black neighbourhood back when the city was divided. Established 85 years ago, David explained he has been fundraising to carry out some major refurbishment of the building. They also got struck by lightening and had all the phone lines zapped! Everyone at the Center was helpful, welcoming and enthusiastic. It was a brilliant base for me to start my ...
... now named after him. He also announced his candidacy for Congress and had his bachelor party here, and the Parker's Restaurant in the lobby was where he proposed to his wife. I bet this place has some stories to tell! The restaurant created what is now the official state dish of Massachusetts, the Boston Cream Pie, in 1867. Venturing out to explore the local area, I soon came across the Old State House historic site, where the infamous Boston Massacre took place in 1770. ...
... laws. The interior is considered
the best Georgian church architecture in North America. Next to it is the burying ground, which was
the only burying ground for 30 years (it is older than the Granary Burying Ground). People buried here include John Winthrop, Massachusetts's first governor; Mary Chilton, the first women off the Mayflower; and William Dawes, the forgotten rider who rode to Lexington and Concord with
the more-famous Paul Revere. Next is Boston ...
... find your way to the game is to follow the fans. First we needed to navigate our way through the subway and buy a Charlie ticket. Who thought of that? We entered down the subway and exited through a tunnel. BUT the tunnel was blocked and as more people got off the subway, we were packed like sardines and as hot and wet like them. Not a good feeling!! A thunderstorm came through while on the train and the people at the ...