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... and although 30 degrees would usually seem very hot while at home, compared to the temperatures of the previous days, it felt like heaven.
The following day brought one of the unexpected highlights of the trip thus far. George had seen an advert for a "Boston Tea Party Experience" museum. If you didn't know, the Boston Tea Party was essentially one of the key signs of dissent shown by the Americans against the British, and is noted as a ...
... a major park in Boston. The park was his front yard where 8,000 men of the opposing side camped on his front lawn. It is an amazing piece of history that has been preserved.
When people migrated over to America from Europe they came from the upper UK area over the water to Boston. When they did this the claimed the land that had the highest hills so as to place alarms and cities as a precaution for the coming wars. When they established themselves here they called it ...
... roaring trade. Oh for a successful team in Coventry to provide such joy and economic prosperity! Oh for a sports team IN Coventry…
From there we wandered up to the subway station to take the trolley back up town. The subway was more like an underground tram than a subway with classic swingy middles in the carriages (not necessarily the technical terms). We got off at North Station and found our way back to the Northern section of the Freedom Trail.
We crossed over the ...
... miles traveled: 8,791
Average miles per gallon: 6.7
Miles traveled per day:
Most: 546 (Canmore, AB, Canada to Burlington, WA – about 9.5 hours of driving)
Least: 54 (Danbury, CT to New Windsor, NY)
... afternoon enjoying Aerosmith together. It was awesome! There were so many people but the crowd and the atmosphere was incredible.
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Then on to Massachusetts General Hospital Medical Museum (see pictures) it had a lovely roof garden and lots of interactive exhibits so I had loads of health science fun. I then went into the Hospital to meet with my ...