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... It seems to be something to do with the taps with rotating handles so the hotter you have the water, the stronger the blast. I guess it saves time because you're clean in two seconds flat and who needs soap when every particle of grime has been blasted straight down the plug hole. My theory is that all that snow has to go somewhere when it melts so waterblaster showers help solve that problem too. As this was our last day in the Good Ol' US of A we decided to spend ...
... that said ‘Cocktails’ was alight on the
next street. In we go, poor bartender having a quiet night when a troop of
weary travellers walk in and I just say “We are not having a good day. I need a
drink!” To which his wonderful response was, “You are in the right place”.
So we take up pews at the bar and get in the drinks venting
our woes to the very understanding barman. Once my insanely ...
On Thursday we excitedly drove into Boston. Our first real big US city and a big night in sports since the Habs were playing the Bruins and the Patriots were playing the Jets. We figured we would drive into the city, pay for the super expensive parking, spend the morning in a cafe, walk around in the afternoon and then go to The Fours sports bar to watch the games in the evening. As soon as we got into the city there were tons of traffic, construction and good old ...
... end near the harbor.
At Bryan McArdle's suggestion we had dinner at the "Legal Seafood Restaurant". Some oysters on the half shell, lobster roll for Nancy and baked stuffed lobster for me. Great dinner, thanks Bryan.
Our waitress gave us directions and courage for trying the subway system to get back to the hotel. Three different trains during rush hour but we made it for a short walk to the hotel.
... and hence the nickname 'Old Ironsides' stuck. We boarded the USS Constitution after the museum to have a look see how the life would have been living on it. There were sailors on the boat that told us some interesting stories about the history of the USS Constitution. The sailors average height was 5'4 so when on the lower decks all of us but Helen had to duck not to hit out heads.
We crossed the Charles River and headed into the city to Boston ...