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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 ...
... about three chaises instead of the required five. We read a little, then participate in "aqua gym" in the pool. We had a light lunch and then laid around some more, swam some more, drank some more, and got lots of sun. We had a rather rare sighting of a night heron at poolside, a very colorful, statuesque bird. At four-thirty, Betsy and I tested out the tennis courts and then watch Brent do another trick on the trapeze. We cleaned up for drinks, the weekly Club ...
... need to evaluate your effectiveness, identify your flaws and strive to grow your capabilities in that direction. Every single experience is intended so that you can improve as well as learn, so triumph over your stress, learn your lesson and then progress. Keep your former purchasers close. You don't need to contact them over the phone every day or bug them in some sort of way. All you should do as a way to preserve contact is to ...
... quickly diverted from arena as the Bunker Hill Monument and the top of the USS Constitution could be seen on the opposite side of the bridge. Although we walked pass the USS Constitution first, we would continue on to the Bunker Hill Monument because the ship was not yet accepting visitors. So onward we tread, up the hill thru old neighborhoods and up towards the top of Breeds Hill where the Bunker Hill Monument is located. The British actually named the battle ...
... it very *************struct anything-Add in animal damage and just being 2000 years old and a wonder they could come to any conclusions. All in all a very good exhibit. From there to Mt Vernon for dinner and then home, early tonight so maybe, for a change we will get to bed early!
July 2nd Tuesday-We started out for the Science Museum again, and after fighting MUCH traffic today arrived to find the parking garage was FULL and no place ...