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Today was my full day in Boston.
And today was the first proper cold day of Fall. Yeah, after all week of unseasonably warm weather, I was lulled into a false sense of security and did not pack a warm jumper for my Boston trip.
It was proper cold, with a biting wind driving up from the bay.
I had to buy a sweatshirt on Newbury St. It was like heaven putting it on...I could have done with more than my gilet ...
... br> Upon clearing LAX I stopped by my usual haunt “Euro Caffe” in Beverly Hills where I go to get the last good coffee I expect to have for the next three weeks. This is my ritual. I returned to LAX shortly thereafter, all caffeinated and borderline friendly. I set out for the airport yesterday (????) confident in the knowledge I had forgotten something very important. I’ve no doubt ...
Our quest to find Legal Seafood took us past security, only to learn that it's actually within the secure area. Es dinner was very yummy.... Js was very meh But we found the most amazing bookstore where they sell actual real books, and not just the best sellers. Today's level of peace and serenity means that E has nearly finished the only book she brought. Small delay with the plane (the caterer was late so we can't board yet) but we are anxious for the next leg of this trip! ...
... repression--these have continued to seem commonplace in Africa. Just when you think the reign of Idi Amin is over, you suddenly are greeted by the absolutely reprehensible Charles Taylor or repressive Robert Mugabe. Recently Africa seems to be moving away from their Big Men, but the role in their recent history is undeniable and segues nicely into my third observation.
What's a State?: Not indifferent from the Big Men theme, ...
... the best things about Boston is the architecture - it's mostly from the late 1800's and early 1900's. The central area is dotted with beautiful churches and an incredible public library together with high rise buildings and research centres. Boston has always been one of my favourite cities, I've definitely got a soft spot for it - it's quieter and quainter then NYC - people seem friendlier and it's smaller, thankfully Mr D agrees too. Of ...