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... I had brought.
The group met again in early afternoon for a walking tour. We strolled through Little Italy of the North End with its cobblestone streets and ...
... degrees and the officer assigned to the nuclear torpedo was called by Savitsky to assemble the nuclear torpedo. Even though Savitsky did not have authority to launch it he was quoted as saying something along the lines of 'we're all going to die as it is, so we may as well take them down and do some serious damage as we go'. It was only that the crew and he himself managed to rein in his temper that the dispatch was prevented. This was all unbeknown to the ex com and us army!! ...
... all the wonderful experiences that I will be having with all my friends. I can't wait to see Europe for the second time and see a new culture! I hope I don't forget anything here at home or in Spain, that is my only concern. I hope to see many new places and people. Im looking forward to going to Morocco and see the Mediterranean and Madrid.
- Maddie S: I'm really excited, but I'm not really sure what to expect, so I'm ...
... to cross each way without looking down, screaming or crying. The Bunker hill monument was impressive, and apparently open to climb sometimes for spectacular views. Just not when we were there.The trail finished with USS Constitution, which is a rather impressive boat, but again due to poor timing on our part, was closing a we neared.
So, back the way we came stopping at a local bar before a bite to eat, and a well earned nights sleep.
... of Boston, Nellie Neverlost appears to have a slight meltdown on the Boston streets. We’re left heading into South End, with angry drivers honking behind us as we try to work out whether this street or the next one is the correct turning. Yep, road rage is alive and well in Boston. We avoid the temptation to give them a universal hand gesture meaning "hold on a minute please sir
while our GPS resets" and instead smile politely. We’ve ...