Longfellow's Wayside Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... to see me if you think you might be getting sick, or if you have a cold. You can all help with my wellness in this way.
Mark and I left the hospital well after 7:00 PM. I was able to sit with him at “Legal” and eat a baked potato. After dinner, I showed Mark the roses in the Boston public garden and we saw a little of the Shakespeare in the Park staying a safe distance from the crowds.
We came home the next morning. And after the trip, oh was ...
... led to the battle at Lexington and Concord. After all this sightseeing, our bellies were empty and our feet were sore. We made a stop for dinner at Cheers, where everybody knows your name. This establishment was part of a popular TV show in the 80’s and 90’s. Students, ask your parents about this show. We have spent the rest of the night uploading pictures, blogging, writing postcards, and preparing for tomorrow. We need a good ...
After our awesome day around Harvard we got recommended to a locals 'watering hole' where they did 5 dollar cocktails, so me and em went to test them out !!! O my god in the states the just free pour everything so me on whiskey and em having a rum we thought they wouldn't be to strong but was I wrong and what made it better/worse was we were tipping the bartender so the drinks where just getting stronger to the point where it was nearly just neat liquor ...
... all were killed. Halifax was also played a big part in the 9/11 in New York, crisis when all the airports were closed down the planes were diverted to Halifax and landed leaving thousands of people stranded for days, the locals took them into their homes and cared for them until they were able to fly home. In 1917. Yet another tragedy two ships were coming into the harbour, one filled with fuel and the other general cargo, the ship with fuel had right away but forgot to put out the red ...
... like today it acts as paddling pool for children and adults alike. We spent a while there resting and enjoying the sunshine, although we didn't venture into the pond. We then went and admired the State House.
As we had enjoyed our walk there so much yesterday we headed back to Quincy Market to stroll through shops and admire the ambience.
Then it was back to collect the car and head out of Boston and onto New ...