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... to impress us, as well.
Next stop: Cape Neddick Lighthouse, "Nubble Light," so nicknamed because it was built on a nub of land at York Beach, ME. Its first lighting was in 1879 and it is one of the most photographed lighthouses in New England, we were told.
Our tour director put on a DVD called "The Founding Fathers" and I shared some of my humorous facts about colonial America.
... to be taken to his camp so he and his team could be rescued. JFK's ship was attacked and sunk by the Japanese whilst he was serving in the navy. Two of JFK's men could not swim and although a few men were seriously injured all survived; JFK swam and towed the two non swimmers for two days as they swam from island to Island to find help. When they came to an island and came across two friendly natives they taught Kennedy how to carve on a coconut so he could write a ...
After a long ride, and only having slept a few hours each from Ottawa, we finally arrived in Boston Massachusetts bus terminal, where we decided to grab a coffee, before venturing forth to our accommodation.
This was our first experience of a website called Airbnb, where you rent rooms, apartments etc.. We stayed with a lovely couple called Lisa and Brian, who made our stay hassle free, and enjoyable, they also introduced us to some ...
... reception informs us that our room has been 'reassigned’ to a room with a view as we are here for three nights; however it is not ready til after 3pm. This is fine, it gives us chance to reccee the local area, grab a bite for lunch and enjoy the sunshine in the Public Garden for a little while.
We return to the car by 3pm, unpack everything (trying to shoehorn everything in the trunk into our suitcases) and check in to our hotel. We’re ...
... of the city bustle.
Beyond the garden is the somewhat less whelming Boston Common (with frog pond), and the Massachusetts State House, which apparently inspired the building of many other such buildings nationwide. I thought it didn't look like any capitols I've seen so far, so much as a white house with the entire middle section replaced by a Georgian mansion, and topped by the Dome of the Rock. I went inside to investigate further, via the ...