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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... up early, ish, and packed the rucksack, which only seems to increase in weight daily...
Down to the lobby to request an escape route... Dorris behind the desk suggested we walk, I suspected the 'walk everywhere brigade' had snuck down during the night and primed her..
The T station to catch the commuter rail was about 1/2 hour walk..
But being observant as I am I spied a sign saying 'complimentary T station ...
... penned by Ralph Waldo Emerson who commemorated this day in his poem "Concord Hymn."
We ended our day at Walden Pond to appreciate the place that led to many inspirational thoughts written by the author Henry David Thoreau. We spent an hour quietly journaling and reflecting on this beautiful place. Ahhhh....
What a day it was!
The Boston ...
Up and ready for a big day lots to do ,we got tickets for the hop on hop off trolley at hotel which includes a visit to the State House museum and the Boston Tea Party recreation and we headed for the trolly pic up point down by the harbour .. Breakfast in room cereal and yogurt we had bought the night before and coffee on our way to the trolly stop at the Aussie coffee shop we found on the corner of our block ...lucky huh. We grabbed the trolly at stop 1 and had a really good driver ...
... Harbor tour. It was a 45 minute tour of the Inner Harbor outside Boston. After that we boarded the bus and continued on the tour. We were hoping to go on the Fenway Park Tour, but the busses were running so slow we couldn't make it. Instead, we went to the Prudential Tower and went on the skywalk. Great views of all of the Boston area from ...
Nearly 100 years ago our grandparents were part of the great Jewish journey of the 20th century.
At the beginning of that journey, Jews lived mostly as second class citizens, exiled from our land for 1900 years. 2 out of 3 Jews were born in the Russian Empire, including 4 of the 5 grandparents we knew growing up.
Our grandparents were born in a society whose anti-Semitism was implemented in ways that limited their ability ...