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... price. Luckily our hosts had told us about Yankee lobster, based out on the docks you could get the freshest seafood here for a fraction of the price. Matt wimped out and went for fish and chips - which was pretty normal. I instead went for the whole lobster and fries side dish. At Yankee lobster this set you back $22.99 dollars - about £13 - a steal. I was absolutely clueless about where to crunch and where to twist - but the friendly waiter ...
We've had three nights in Boston and we have to agree with just about everyone we've met that it is very attractive. A third of the population is students from Harvard and MIT and Local colleges. Lots of Irish pubs, Italian restaurants and brownstone buildings. The big green bus gave us a deal for three days a ride in on the harbour and a pickup from the hotel. So we've been entertained around town by garrulous bus drivers and laughing a lot - cant ...
... tubs...with masses of seagulls hanging around crazed waiting for some to fall on the ground. These smart birds eventually got their reward and went extra nuts for a few minutes.
I have never seen the film or knew of the story but we saw the Church that featured in the movie and real life tragedy depicted by "The Perfect Storm" I hear George Clooney was in it...
Driving the coastal road back to Rockport the beach ...
... any longer. I'd hung some clothing in the wardrobe earlier, and had to brush a small bug off of it, but thought no more of it.... When I did go to bed I had to go and soak a towel in the shower, and lay on it so that it was at least bearable to lie there. Noisy people returning in the corridor made it hard to drift off until the early hours of the morning. Little did I know that I wouldn't be leaving the hostel until after midday the next day, due to circumstances that I'll ...
... had to be torn down.
The Mayflower II, docked near the purported Plymouth Rock, is also under the care of the museum. Colonial first-person interpreters represent the sailors and officers of the ship circa the 1620s. At some times, the "sailors" go on week-long trips to experience what it was like for Pilgrims.
Its been a brilliant Holiday and we hope you have enjoyed following us on our travels.
Lots of Love
Caroline & Les ...
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