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... all we had a train to catch at 8:50. Our debate was whether we should look at the "inbound" schedule to Boston or the “outbound” schedule from the town we were staying in. We chose outbound. Wrong choice. We had a least an hour to sit around and wait for the next train out, Anyhow, once on, it was a very pleasant ride. Double decker train, moved along very nicely, $20 roundtrip fare for me, $10 for the senior, one hour ride. No hassle driving ...
... walk along the harbour. I could have followed The Freedom Trail (a walk around the city taking in all the Revolutionary War sights/buildings by following a red line set in the pavement) but it felt too restricting... Then I went to Harvard University... There was a statue there of John Harvard with a very shiny shoe which everyone kept touching... I sat in the grounds for a while making out I had just ...
... back to Mike's Pastry to try some cannoli, cheesecake and more cream puffs. I didn't put up too much of a fight. ; ) It was delicious and we have some pastry for breakfast in the morning! After a nice cool and relaxing ride back out to our hotel in Riverside, we're now planning our remaining trolley tour of Boston tomorrow morning (bought a premium, two-day pass) and our trip on to Portland, Maine. But we'll be back to this great American city at the end of our New England round ...
... farmed and lived here. Colonists bought the 1900 acres for about $60. During the American Revolution, the road at the edge of the refuge was a prominent thoroughfare for trading and communication with Boston.
And during World War II, the government bought out the 80 families who lived here, and built roads and bunkers throughout ...
... were lots of weekend events planned in the lead up to Halloween and booked a couple of tours for Monday. That was supposed to be my entire itinerary for the city and I thought it would be sufficient. At this point I had no idea that there was a hurricane brewing, I just thought the weather was ******.
Getting to Salem on Sunday was easy, a train runs straight there from Boston and only takes half an hour. I headed down to the main street with hoards of other tourists ...
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