Residence Inn Boston Dedham
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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July 28th – day 85
The countryside around Portsmouth NH is
beautiful. I've heard New England in the Fall is gorgeous and I can
see why. We drove to Lexington and Concord MA. These are historic
towns famous in American Revolution as where the “first shot was
fired”. The tale of Paul Revere riding to warn the men that the
British were ...
WE DID: - walked around Back Bay Fens - brunch near the stadium - baseball game at Fenway Park to support the Red Sox against Oakland Athletics - went for food and drinks near Harvard WE LOVED: - the 8th innings! After a slow middle section suddenly the Red Sox scored 7 runs in one innings - ...
... in those times, you attend a meeting where 'Samuel Adams' gives an inspirational speech and the audience all respond with a rousing "Huzzar!" or "Fie!" or boo and hiss at the appropriate moments. It's quite easy to get wrapped up in the moment and was a bit like being at a footie match at times. And ladies, if you watched the TV series, Sons of Liberty, you may be sad to know that Samuel Adams was not quite so young and spunky as he was portrayed. Then, when the ...
... area outside of Boston. Well there goes that. Founded in 1630 by Puritan Colonists from England, it is one of the oldest cities in the United States. Today's population is around 650 thousand. The most common nationality is Irish decent. That would be about 16 percent of the people. Our first notable point of interest was The Boston Tea Party Museum. We never went inside, just glanced at it in passing. From there we traveled along the Rose ...
... liter so I would always be able to carry it onto airplanes and not be hit with expensive check fees) and a small shoulder purse.
After a lot of silence between my mother and I at dinner, I made my way to the line for security and there was a lot of hugging and some crying. I think I felt a little sick to my stomach because I was so nervous but I was surprisingly calm. I will admit that on the plane before take off I found myself thinking, ...