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... of the town about to riot. You get to throw fake tea over the side of the ship. You learn about the events leading up to the tea party and it was a bit of fun in general. Ferry to Charleston. Brief but good views of harbour. Charleston navy yard including USS constitution museum and Cassin young destroyer ship: ship still fires blanks from its cannons and sails occasionally. Staffed my US navy. Not sure if a museum assignment is a good or bad thing... ...
... through the picturesque Boston Common Park. After Squirrels ran around our legs, Rachel made a snowman in the remaining snow from last week, and we bought some food from a local convenience store, we settled in for a quiet night.
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This morning was spent walking another third of the Freedom Trail before the NBA game, which was at 1pm. TD Garden (home of the Boston ...
... campus and she is awesome. I really enjoy her and her teaching style. I have had two lessons with her so far and I think we are a really good fit. It feels so good to be working on my singing again! Dance is the next thing that I am looking into. I'm trying to find a studio that would allow me to continue to challenge myself and grow, while also giving me flexibility in my schedule and being close to campus. That actually leads me into my next thing...
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... in New England, this beating the life of a small tenancy at best back in England. The colonists arrived late after delays and 50% perished in the harsh winter of 1620. They strayed from target due to various setbacks. They had intended to land south of Cape Cod but could not sail around it. They found Cape Cod unsuitable. Plymouth was OK but Boston with a large natural harbour would have been better as was proved later. It was difficult to make money by the trade generated and so ...
7. Ben Franklin Statue (former site of the first public school: Boston Latin School)
8. Old Corner Bookstore
9. Old South Meeting House
10. Old State House
11. Boston Massacre site
12. Faneuil Hall/Quincy Market
13. Paul Revere House
14. Old North Church
15. Copp's Hill Burying Ground
16. USS Constitution (aka "Old Iron Sides")
17. Bunker Hill Monument and battleground site
I love history, but ...