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Yes, I know Harvard is spelt incorrectly but it how the students, who run the tour we went on, spell it. It's a take-off of the local Boston accent and their pronunciation of 'Harvard'. Our tour guide was Eli who is concentrating (a Harvard term for majoring) in Human evolutionary biology. His minor is in drama. Eli did the tour walking backwards so that he could keep an eye on his large tour group (about 50-60). He said for the first week his legs ached as you ...
... ventured into Beacon Hill for some real Boston quirkiness. It's a beautiful neighbourhood.. I can see why Dr Maura Isles would live here ;)
Saba was really nice. She is the kind of person who would get along with anyone. She was really excited to learn I would be heading up to Maine as she loves the state and assured me I would love it. She knew her stuff about the neighbourhood, ...
... before a short film on his early life up until he was voted as representative and presidential candidate for the Democratic Party. He said he wanted to make his inauguration speech very short because it was freezing and snowing the day he entered into power. For the occasion Robert Frost was commissioned to write a poem for but due to the reflection of the sunlit snow being so bright he couldn't see the page in front of him and so he had to recite a poem from memory. ...
... suffice. Now we're not beer monsters but did understand that a beer and a hotdog was an integral part of the game - so naturally disappointed.
At first we thought it was just the TD Centre-name of the arena, but later that evening found out it was the whole State when we were refused entry to a bar/eatery, we had chosen for dinner.
'Good one' Massachusettes!
Anyway, rant over. The game was entertaining with so much going on, it ...
... Pilgrims almost 400 years ago. Plymouth has a rock on which the Pilgrims allegedly stepped as they alighted from the Mayflower. Provincetown has a granite column (admission $7.50) to commemorate that they allegedly alighted in Provincetown. As Mrs Henry so admirably summarised the issue: "Who gives a stuff? They got here, didn’t they?"
Mrs Henry and myself have boarded a few trolley cars during our stay in the USA. New York City, of course, had doubledecker ...