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... through the city, so scarves and gloves were mandatory. We lunched in the Italian North Boston, a charming neighbourhood, and home to Monica’s Trattoria, amongst many others. I made sure that Louise had a glass of sangiovese at lunch, though I should have ordered the bottle, and one to go. We were due to collect our hire car.
At the appropriate time, we collected our GMC SUV from Enterprise, and Lou braced herself for ...
... 33 people on this tour, mainly English, few Aussies, one lady from Scarborough, and surprise a child, girl about 7, travelling with her Nan and Aunt, I am steering clear of that. Tour Director is Darryl and our driver is Marty. Both very helpful.
i have not been able to sort my phone, the screen has died, by time I got to the shop it was closed. Hopefully will sort tomorrow. Don't know why I am worried about it, have had two calls in 2 weeks, one a wrong number ...
... tour quite efficient. Then there is also this red line paved throughout the city which marks the "Freedom Trail", which leads you to pass all the important historic sites. We only cover a portion of it.
The harbor walk where we see the Boston Tea Party ships is the farthest East point of our USA trip, yeah!!!
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... the computer science labs where some of the famous hacks that occurred at MIT are kept including a police car that was once de-assembled and rebuilt on the very top of the Greek dome as a way of protesting about the many parking fines being handed out by the police in the 70s, another one was a water fountain replaced by a fire hose to show the speed at which things happen at MIT. One of the buildings in the courtyard a high skyrise ...