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... Although it is obviously much smaller than NYC it still clearly had a healthy business district but without the rush and congestion. The architecture was also very different with plenty of historic colonial buildings which all had a story to tell from the War of Independence. To see them all we followed the popular (and quite tiring) Freedom Trail which took us via famous Public ...
... do not recognise or support his governmental authority. In thr past as is is today religion supports govt rathr than God. Interesting how he views it. Poeople need to check out
What the Bible sys on jw.org. Well time enough tday, Catch you later. Trust all is well.
... I arrived in Boston, I immediately set off for my hotel, and luckily for me, it was yet another warm, sunny day in New England, which meant another set of clothes soaked through in sweat. Yay, me.
After checking into the hotel, I went to the concierge desk and bought a ticket for the hop-on/hop-off trolley. Though the lady at the desk advised me to get on the trolley as soon as possible because it was already 2 PM, I decided to go ...
... take such a large party and head in. We order various meals and enjoy the complimentary bread with EVOO (Extra Virgin Olive Oil - we had to ask, lol) and seasoning, delicious. Ryan had ordered the meatballs and linguine from the kids menu and voiced his concern that perhaps it would not be enough...hilarious as it turns out.
The food arrives and there is so much it is ridiculous. We had 4 pizzas which were not quite as large as the ones we'd had earlier in ...
So long old Beantown. After a brilliant few days in Boston I'm now on an Amtrak train heading north to Maine. First observation is London midland have a lot to learn from Amtrak. It's more like flying first class than train travel back home. But then I often think that about any rail travel out of Britain. ...