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... some young impressionable girls had to say. And the trials? Might as well get a rope and hang yourself now.
I did get to hold the hand of one of my favorite witches - Samantha, aka Bewitched.
Before we left I had to see a fortune teller for a reading. I am not a great believer in fortune telling but it can’t all be coincidence. ...
... successful though, I found a cool little independent coffee shop along route for lunch, a jeep wool cap (which made me wonder if the US patriotism was beginning to rub off on me), and some stripey gloves.
So basically, I spent my first full day in Boston as a white British male on the freedom trail learning about American independence and black heritage. *Insert your own joke here*
Oh, and apologies for the title again, couldn't resist.
Today was our first day to do some sightseeing so thought JFK museum would be great, after missing the Washington DC exhibit. Getting used to the metro here and the place is very clean. Finally arrived at the destination and walked to the bus stop which would take you straight to the museum and of course, there was a sign saying is was closed due to Government Shutdown - GREAT!! It was now 12.30pm so since we had travelled all that way, and it ...
... over our city map.
Harry was written-off so I took a stroll around Quincy Market and Christopher Colombus Park by the harbour, scoping out where we would, later that night, dine like kings.
My number one mission for the day was to choose the location for our big seafood blowout. Now at Legal Seafood’s right on the harbour I was enjoying a grilled wild salmon fillet with seaweed + greens salad while watching Harry tackle a 2-pound lobster stuffed with ...
... to bring the kayakers/small watercraft in. No damage here. There were vicious storms to the south of us - Boston way.
A beautiful place to visit and tour. The beaches were gorgeous, but poor Maeve wasn't allowed on them, so we snuck into a little cove between a few houses! Ahhhhh.
Nice to be back at the campsite in the A/C -- -which hasn't given out yet, thankfully. There is no AC at the campsite we're going to next week ...