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... shed'. I then went back to the hotel changed and headed into Boston. Boston is a really pretty city (or the inner CBD at least). Tons of beautiful old buildings, narrow streets, many cobblestones. Big green spaces and a beautiful harbour. I wandered through the central mall and took random side streets in the general direction of the water. Lots of historical sites connected to the American Revolution ...
... No matter, the rolls looks good and so does the Chowda. These are made with the classic brioche rolls so Erin is very happy. Meg decides to try the lobster bisque..why not. Goutman goes for soba noodles and a tiger roll. Very impressive everything was cooked/made to order. We're all happy with our meals. Tomorrow it's Back to work for Meg so we call it an evening. Erin, nice to have you with us for the whole day, welcome ...
... 160; The teams play 81 HOME games a year... and good seats are around $70 a game.... you do the maths. Makes the AFL membership seems pretty cheap! As it was a cold and rainy day, we looked for an inside activity and found one at the Tea Party Museum. Such a great tour.... the story of the famous Boston tea party, told through acting, holograms, talking paintings ala Harry Potters and a boat that was a replica of the boats that brought ...
> Travelogue part two,
> Cruising is a very relaxing way to travel. Unpack once and no hassle finding a variety of good dinning. We cruised at night usually leaving our previous port between five and seven and arriving at the next port at 8 o'clock. this made for good sleeping with the gentle rocking of the ship. On the TV you can get what's called the Captains Log, it gives you the size of the waves, where the ship is, how far you to ...
... Imagine if they'd got it wrong."
A2: "Well, they didn't."
A1: "Yeah, but imagine if they did. Imagine if one of the lamps blew out or something."
A2: "Well I suppose America would have turned out more like Australia."
A1: "What, driving on the other side of the road?"
A2: "Well, I was thinking more along the lines of the Stars & Bars looking more like our flag."
A1: "What, with a Southern Cross?"
A2: "No, the Union Jack you **** stick."