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... ironing and getting ready for our next adventure- Turkey. We could have driven to Newport about an hour away and that could quite easily turn into a couple of hours being Sunday and it's a bright sunny day. (Something they haven't seen around here for 5 months) I figured the roads and everything would be crowded. It's bloody crowded in Plymouth I'll give you the tip. We didn't spend all day doing chores and walked around Plymouth and checked out the shops one last ...
was in front of me I got back on the phone to the realty company. Eventually I
got an answer and to my delight it was a completely different person I was
speaking to and she was much more helpful. After another five minutes on hold
the super answered and she was very apologetic and agreed to stay on the phone
with me until I was in the apartment. I wasn’t about to let an actual helpful
human being off the phone ...
... u attitude driving. We got right into the heart of the city and found a 30$ a day parking garage. We drove in and noticed that the ceilings of this place were really low. We didn't hit anything though as we went in so we figured we would be okay. We were wrong. As we went to drive up to the second level our solar panel got stuck in a beam coming out of the ceiling. We had no choice but to keep driving which completely destroyed the solar panel. Chris pulled to the side, ...
Love this City. Bostonian's are different people to other Americans.
Rich in history and still well preserved right in the middle of the city.
Favourite holiday spot by Europeans and Asians. Even in height of American summer holidays the overseas visitors were everywhere.
... This was the starting point for ' The Freedom Trail' tour. Our tour guide was dressed up as a British soldier from 1700's in the distinctive red jacket. He took as through many historical sites - state house, park street church, granary burial ground, King Chapel, Old State house, Boston Massacre site and the Faneuil Hall.
Our tour guide gave us lots of facts about the American history amd how it became independent. A fact that we ...