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... there was information on the changing coast line of Boston due to their expansions from levelling local mountains; it was impressive how much change to a natural coastline could me made by man-power! The difference from Boston's original coastline was major. After I'd taken my photos of Boston it was back to the hostel for some hard earned pasta! The freedoms trail was brilliant for helping me get to know my way about Boston a bit better; I am now not wholly reliant on a map the whole ...
... How to eat a Lobster sheet' got me through with only a few squirts and splats ( did you know that when lobster juice dries on clothes it turns white?)
The meat was beautiful, the tail my favorite, especially with the gooey butter sauce and the sense of achievement in getting through tasted just as good, We left incredibly happy and ready to booze.
Our final day in Boston was dedicated to Marky Mark. Despite it being 1 hr out ...
... interests and have continued to cause friction.
Ongoing Western Involvement/Manipulation: In country after country, you can still make out the marionette strings dangling above national sovereignty, with the clear sign that the West still plays both subtle and overt roles in African geopolitics. Rwanda was one such country where after the genocide of the Tutsis in 1994, it became apparent that both France and Belgium maintained a ...
... park in downtown Boston. It is here that the last stop of the Freedom trail is located. It is the Massachusetts State House. The day has been very interesting as we walked among the history of the beginning of the United States of America. During our travels we have seen a lot of the history of the world, but here the history was personal. It was the history of our country.
Back at the ship we changed for diner and spent the evening fully digesting all that we ...
Boston is awesome and I love the accent. My first day in Boston I decided I couldn't really be bothered with walking around and I knew so little about all the historic sight that it would be useful to have someone to tell me about them. So I decided to get a ticket for a hop on hop off trolley tour thingy. My first stop was Boston common and then I went to have lunch at the Cheers bar. I had a nice meal and a lovely conversation with a nice couple from Georgia next to ...
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