Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel
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Na drie dagen toeren langs de kust van New England hebben we donderdag onze volgende grote stop bereikt: Boston, Massachusetts, "the biggest of small cities". Boston is een super gezellige, mooie stad, met veel sfeer! Het is een van de oudste steden van de USA, en het doet behoorlijk Europees aan. Maar Boston heeft ook veel typisch Amerikaanse …
... Fund walk for cancer suffers which apparently is a high profile charity. Met with another couple tonight so the 6 of us enjoyed dinner at the Brazilian Steak House where it appears the waiters are on commission for all the meat they can entice you to eat albeit the meal was a fixed price and quite enjoyable. Monday we headed for the Prudential Skywalk Observatory after which we walked some more then readied ourselves for the trip home after a very enjoyable ...
... which at the time of its building in the late 18th Century, was the biggest warship in the world. It was built by the fledgling US Navy to ward off the British (portrayed as the bad guys AGAIN!) and pirates. And it’s still there! And boy, they are still so worried about pirates (and possibly British retributive attacks ) that you are forced to show ID and have a bag check (including metal detectors). Whether this is in the light of the recent shooting in ...
... I’m currently on the Amtrak (coach train..p.s. they house good wifi and power outlets ON the train - the best!) with Emily, Kat, Chino, Cam, CoolJames, Jayne and Jenna and we’re about half an hour out of Boston. Tonight I’m staying at this girls house called Lily who has been one of the best parts of my summer; she’s a really cool, unique girl and we’ve had heaps of fun hanging out together the past 8 weeks. From here ...
... came for the trade unionists, And I didn't speak up because I wasn't a trade unionist.
Then they came for the Catholics, And I didn't speak up because I was a Protestant,
Then they came for me, And by that time no one was left to speak up.
~ Martin Niemoeller, Lutheran Pastor
A legendary expression of the lesson of the Holocaust.