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We were walking around Little Italy, a Boston’s district where
you can find Italian culture. Suddenly we see a restaurant:
Benevento’s. Benevento is the city where I live. It is a very small
city, that nobody know and because of this it has been very
strange to ...
... words: freedom, faith and Jesus, and certainly woe betide any politician who would question this holy trinity.
OK, off my high horse and back to the Freedom Trail. It is a very well marked 2.5 mile walking route through the heart of Boston, from Boston Common on one end, down through the market area and North End, across the Charles River to the colonial naval yards, and up to Bunker Hill battle site. It was easier to ditch our bikes and walk, due to ...
... is really extensive, providing the residents considerable options for activities and programs.
We went to Jamaica Plains to see Tecal playing a soccer game. When we arrived we met Roz, Sheila's younger sister and her partner, Jill and Anka, Rob and Val's Granddaughter and Tecal their grandson.
After the soccer game we went to Ben and Arusha's house. ...
The weather has been very cold on the East coast and Boston was a whole another level of freezing. The temperatures were averaging below zero, but it was a mixture of the wind/rain/snow that made it bone chilling. I am so glad that I bought a jacket in San Fran and I would highly recommend one when visiting the east coast in the winter. I arrived in the early hours of the morning in Boston on ...
Atlantic Crossing 16 - 21/07 2014 - 4 nights had to turn back clocks an hour - foghorns today. Very cold and wet.
Boston - fog and foghorn. Immigration on board. Quincy markets and red sox ball for kids. Went for a drive around. Saw where the marathon ended. Very beautiful place. Must visit the Isabelle Stewart Gardiner Museum next time. Paintings stolen by IRA in ...