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So, I finally got to Boston after 7 hours of long fly on top of incompetent service. I can't wait to get out of the aircraft! I don't care how fancy or how modern the design and system are, this flying experience sucks! Anyhow, at least I got my luggage right away, and all I had to do is waiting for my babe Anna to come pick me up from Providence. …
... resulted in such utter carnage and loss of innocent lives, we stopped at the various shrines along the way and paid our respect. The same day as thousands ran the last mile of the Marathon in respect for those who had been killed or lost life. The message Boston Strong - rings throughout the city.
Then heading back into the Harborside, we went to the Aquarium, we have been lucky enough to visit a number of Aquariums over the years in ...
... their signature pastry. We thought about waiting in line, but we knew Kat was waiting for us, so we hurried along, pastryless.
In between this day on the Freedom Trail, and our other sightseeing day (Fenway Park, with Wren but not Kat), we spent three days just staying put at the Bullocks' home, doing work, blogging, relaxing, and visiting with our friends. Kat spent much of this time in some combination of sleeping, trying to sleep, and being drugged. We tried ...
... Eight Days. Spent a good portion of the day with Ellen: we got iced pumpkin spiced lattes, Pizza World, watched our first ever episode of Charmed, and generally just hung out. Had a follow up at the doctor's and found out I'm in recovery from pneumonia - I wasn't aware I had it in the first place! Got new shoes with mom: tried on a ton, and ended up with two #soemerson pairs (black-and-pink Saucony's, the colors of my ...
We awoke to a sunny but cooler and windy day.
Decided to not go on a Harbour cruise - too windy
Into town for coffee at Asana (not the best coffee this time)
Found an italian hairdresser in basement of the Prudential building so Barry had a haircut.
Then to Copley Place shopping centre - very upmarket and expensive.
Had sandwiches for lunch - cheapest lunch so far.
The afternoon was spent at North End - the Italian Quarter
Took the subway to ...