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... I therefore only looked on hearing the gasps of the people who actually saw the jump! During our visit we saw humpback whales and longback whales. Taysia explained that fully grown whales usually travel in solitude but may sometimes join up to feed but usually only in groups of two or three. Taysia herself said the largest group of whales she had seen together was about 8. On our visit we saw at one point a group of 10-12 whales! My friend, Robert, had told me that the BBC ...
... 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 ...
... Ciara, Remco and Mohammed, whose IA’s apparently all had this mutual friend and who decided to check out the party as well. All in all it was a great night!
On Saturday it was the wind rather than the sun that was raging over Boston. So I decided to go for another walk, the so called 'Freedom Trail’. The red-brick path winds its way past 16 sites that earned Boston its status as the cradle of liberty. So I took the T downtown ...
... a quick snack on the way and got to the street festival in plenty of time for him to play. The weather was perfect and it was lovely sitting on the grass and listening to the music.
Left there about 5pm and walked back to the hotel, went out looking at the shops and for dinner and then back again. Was in bed by 8.30pm.
... is nestled amongst towering modern skyscrapers, and truly seems like a place that time forgot. It served first as a customs house for all the shipping in and out of Boston Harbour, was a seat of political debates, uprisings and the beginning of a bloody revolution, and even a commercial property covered in garish advertisements in the early 20th century. The original golden lion and unicorn at one end of the building were torn down as hated symbols of the British control, ...