Longfellow's Wayside Inn
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- Free parking
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... see us. Subordinate staff are brought in and line the walls, shy and painfully nervous, waiting to be introduced in a language that is not their first. A table is assembled, a feast is laid out, and our importance is verified.It’s pretty easy to imagine that we are special, and that we have something special to offer. But sitting here a day later, in my hotel, I have to conclude that I have received much more than our hosts; and ...
... the beaten track (admittedly a pro and con!!!) 4.) the lazy bones in me would rather follow a map and walk than get to know how to use a foreign transport system! That is something that has really struck me here; reliance in cars! There is not nearly the same infrastructure/consideration made for pedestrians as in London; as soon as you are out of the centre and touristy part of town the roads can only really accommodate cars and buses. But when there's a will, there's a way! ...
... twenty degrees colder than the night before so I didn't mind. I took the train to South Boston and then walked a mile in the frigid weather to the JFK Library and Museum. The JFK library had some great exhibits and had the first manned rocket launched by the U.S. (the Freedom 7) on exhibit, the flight proved that a man could successfully take control and pilot a rocket in flight and it also proved that America could compete with ...
What we thought would just be our last SABEH meeting at Annie's house, turned out to be a Fuzhou reunion! Chen Jian and Lin were able to get Visas and arrived in America! Woohoo! To add to that...Brian flew in from California, Jennifer and Robert from Florida, and Andi Jr. from North Carolina. I was truly excited to see everyone, but in many ways the whole China experience is still somewhat surreal, so I wasn't sure ...
... scallops with onion rings and coleslaw on the side. Prior to the salmon I relished the famous New England Clam Chowder – pronounced shou-dare – with freshly baked bread. We decided to continue the extravagant indulgence with a Boston cream pie covered in chocolate sauce with candied nuts and a warm chocolate pudding with vanilla ice cream and macaroon. We blew out the budget at $60 each with no booze but it was well worth it for one of the greatest culinary feasts ...