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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... there is no mistaking it. Someone somewhere is snickering. Afterwards we walked by some churches and other grave sites and through the city. You can actually feel the Italian and Irish heritage of Boston when you walk around. I have never seen so many natural red heads in my life and it was fun hearing the classic Italian Boston accent everywhere. We walked through Little Italy and the smells were amazing. We saw everyone walking around with Mikes Pastry boxes and went ...
... 1618A, we got into our room. To say that the hotel is tired and run down would be being nice. Paint was falling off the walls, there were water stains on the carpet near the air conditioner, and there was dust and other icky things in the air conditioner vent and rust/mould in the bathroom. Also for the sake of our necks, we won’t discuss the pillows! But enough about the hotel. Next stop was dinner and as it was late and we were in America, we decided to ...
... State House was no longer needed as a city hall it became a mall of sorts. Offices and a restraint were built in with partitions and in 1880 the building was completely covered in adverts and posters. By 1880 there were plans to tear down the building but citizens formed a group to preserve Boston history and the statehouse. John Hanckock's house had been torn down a few months before and so now people were making a real effort to preserve colonial buildings. The deal breaker ...
... already wondering when the first party would be thrown, and I didn’t have to wait long. Sunday night I received an invitation from a few exchange students who occupied a house near campus and thought it would be a nice opportunity to meet other exchange students and throw a house warming party in one. So I went, socialized, drank from a red cup and had fun hearing stories and prejudices about Amsterdam; a great ending to my first (well-spent) weekend at Boston ...
... but who knows. What we do know is that the announcer had a really annoying way of asking the questions and that Kelly knows how old Shakespeare was when he died. 64??...eh I don't remember.
Kelly & John are insane busy getting ready for their big wedding day coming up in a few weeks and Kel is off to Berlin for the week so we are supremely grateful for their hospitality and so glad to get to see them before Aruba.