Residence Inn Boston Norwood
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... day, not too hot or humid so we did pretty well with the walking. 1. Boston Common 2. Massachusetts State House 3. Park Street Church 4. Granary burying ground 5. King's Chapel 6. First Public School & statue of Benjamin Franklin ( there were archaeologists working here uncovering the foundations of the Latin Schoolmaster's house) 7. Old Corner Bookstore (now a Mexican restaurant) 8. ...
... all for your love :-)
PS I wanted to add that I accompanied 3 funerals the week before leaving, which I was blessed to have been a part of. 2 of them I played The Irish Blessing, and the other I learned You Raise Me Up and sang, which was quite special for me. One was also with my 'family' from St Joseph's Church in MEdford, which I grew up, and everyone gave me one last blessing. I also did the 4oclock all by myself, did you know I can play the piano and sing at ...
... up at the Bunker Hill monument which you can climb up. There are 294 steps inside the monument - it goes round and round and up and up for quite a way but the view at the top is worth it. I took the ferry back to downtown to get another awesome view of the city, standing in the front of the boat again, of course.
I feel like I've rambled on for fourteen pages (front and back). I'm going cross eyed. You're probably all asleep by now anyways.
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... inside was only a set in Hollywood. Apparently, there were a lot of complaints so a replica of the Hollywood set is actually in the basement now. There is also another Cheers in Quincy Market. We then saw Trinity Church and the Christian Science Church which had a beautiful fountain and reflecting pool. The Boston Symphony Hall and Berklee College of Music were next. Many famous musicians have attended Berklee - named after the son of the man who ...
... a check in point where we were given tickets with our names but we were told because we had flown in to the country by QANTAS we had to go into the counter area inside the terminal. We were not too sure of check in procedure with American Airlines so asked one of their staff for assistance. She rudely told us to go to a screen and help ourselves. This we did not do. We went to the baggage drop attendant who looked ...