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... get this paper to the consulate (not to mention the fact I have no health insurance!) I was scared that this accident would impale me from being able to pursue this experience and halt me from returning to Spain.
I, luckily, walked out of the ER with 18 stitches on my left inner thigh, scraped up left elbow, deep contusion to my right bicep/deltoid and some facial bruises. No broken bones, no concussion, and no pain ...
Up at 7. Had breakfast (very good one, as in all the places we had been to on this trip) and got to the airport before 9. It took a while to go through the security line but we got to our gate with plenty of time to spare. Our UA flight was at 11 something and it took off on schedule. Smooth ride, with even a hot meal and then a warm breakfast. 8 hours later, we landed in Newark.
Newark Customs now had new Kiosks for passport check. That's something new! After ...
... explore Boston further. After a wander around the little shops and stalls we went out to the harbour and had lunch at the very American 'Joe's Steakhouse and Grill' which overlooked the water. It was lovely to sit in the sun for an hour and enjoy life.
After lunch we explored a bit further and found some fountains that spontaneously shot water out. As they were ground level, people could stand in them and get very wet. We opted with ...
... a place called Back bay, which you can see in the picture alongside. It was beautiful, you got a great view and i actually really appreciated the time to just be alone in a calm and gorgeous place - as fun as travelling is, sometimes it's nice to just be a peace on you're own for a while, because you literally never stop, you're always meeting new people, worrying about money and figuring out what you're going to do next - it really does keep you on your toes ...
... do justice.
Walking back we had two drops of rain and then the heavens opened. A sheet of rain. A stoing wind and we were drenched. Funny but so sudden - like a bucket of cold water.
The good news is it is forecast rain all day tomorrow and we have tickets to watch The Boston Red Socks at the Fenway Stadium. We are reassured that The Sox are 'hardy' and will play in snow and rain. Oh Joy.