Motel 6 Boston South - Braintree
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Tuesday 14 October 2014
The final day in Boston and we opted for a bit of a witch hunt, in Salem to be precise, north of Boston. The weather was dull and cloudy, but very soon turned into a hot, sunny day, balmy and mediterranean. We had to cross the city late in the rush hour period, but soon we were over the river and heading north. We parked easily right by the Visitors' Centre which first of ...
We all slept well after our rainy day adventures. Ian picked up Dave and I, then we headed to see his home. Lovely 2 bedroom apartment with a great view over open fields and a beautiful church. Claire and son, Callum, joined us for a trip to Finchingfield. Callum went armed with bread to feed the ducks. We wandered around this quaint little town including a short walk up to the windmill. Apparently this place is very popular with the locals for chilling. The Tour de ...
... and an "isn't it cool to know" we soaked up more facts about this amazing City. Various poker faced touristy types got on and got off the bus round the circuit not even bothering to thank our superb drivers. By this time the blister on my big toe (the size of a cup cake in Manhattan) had "popped" and I was ready for the next stage of Candace's battle plan........a 4 mile....9000 step walk around the City. Only sustained by a solitary Bagel we were ready for ...
... character as various tradesmen and women. As we visited their homes, businesses, and farms, we learned how the community felt about taking care of the less fortunate in their town. At this time, residents were debating whether they wanted to continue taking care of the paupers in their own homes, the vendue system, or if they should build a poor farm, which functioned similarly to what we now call shelters. Students then ...
... them, chapter by chapter. Sure you can skip around the book reading different sections, but you really can't be digitally multi-tasking in the process.
Mobility: Guess what may not be readily available while backpacking through rural Tanzania, Malawi, and Zambia? Unless I'm Thomas Friedman (I will keep digging at him whenever I can!), it's the internet. And even if it is available via mobile phone, it's never ...