Marblehead Summer House
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... were finished but one guy was nice enough to still take us on a tour. We learned of malt, hops, water and yeast. We were even given some malt to try out pre the beer making process. A lot of the technical stuff went over my head. After the tour we decided to head up to the pub to try out the finished goods. It was nice to chill in the sun with some drinks after our little tour.
We head home after our drinks. The puppies needed to be taken for their walk. Geline and Vic make ...
... 1797. We chose not to go and explore it, even though it was free, as the heat and humidity was getting too much to handle and neither of us really felt up to it.
The next and last stop was the Bunker Hill Monument, which we headed to after stopping for a much needed ice-cream. The monument is a tall column marking the point of a battle between the British and Americans, and has a spiral staircase inside taking you all the way to the top. Unfortunately, due to the ...
... tonic, cheese, breakfast cereal, milk and bananas.....and a foam esky ($3.50) so we are now all set up for lunch/dinner and tomorrow's breakfast and beyond. A terribly long walk back to the hotel, and I was totally exhausted with having had no breakfast, nor lunch, little sleep and carrying a backpack and 2 bags besides my handbag which is already heavy these days with my camera, purse, sunglasss, and the ipad as well as the usual other things like lipstick, compact, ...
... it-out on deck outside. It was very windy and wavy! The wind was so strong it was blowing my cheeks to the side of my face and if I opened my mouth then my lips were flagging away in the wind! I am 19 years old and a very mature young adult, I was definitely only staying on the outside deck to keep an eye on the group of school children at the front of the boat. It had nothing whatsoever to do with my amusement! It was a bit like being in a roller-coaster! We finally got to ...
... open and enjoy the beauty of Boston in Autumn. Plus, it has given me an excuse to go back next year.
I arrived in Boston by mid-morning on Saturday and even though I was tired from the long journey, I was eager to begin exploring Boston. Once again I was staying in a Hi Hostel International but this one was much newer and bigger than the others it was also located right next to China Town, which was good news when it came to dinner! The ...