Super 8 Watertown/Cambridge/Boston Area
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Written in the evening of October 24th
Brrr. Just came back down from Pinkham Notch and the 19 Mile Brook Trail! Up in the Notch most all of the leaves are off the trees, leaving the mountains looking like an abstract painting of grey vertical lines and a sporadic show of dark brown or dark gold with some evergreen – the last phase of fall's continuum of blossom. By the time we got to the lower ...
... right to our gate. There was already a huge line of people waiting to check in. We went through ANOTHER security checkpoint - checking passports and boarding passes - and the passengers were separated. Those of us with US passports were sent through but the guy in front of us who was coming from Israel was sent to another security desk. Really they were taking no chances!
Our passes were checked one more time before we got on the bus to take ...
Well I got safely from Jamestown to Watertown. Was a much prettier drive than the first leg. Lots of mountains, trees and lakes to see. I only stopped once for a sandwich (must resist burgers and pizzas wherever possible). It doesn't feel as tiring as driving at home. I don't know if it's the comfort of the car, the nice wide roads or the fact that there are less cars or a bit of everything. About an hour away, I had a tiredness bout, but I drank a red bull and ...
Tomorrow I will sleep longer! Even though I was dead exhausted when I went to bed at night, I was awake again at 5:00 am. Since I wanted to get up at 6:00, no sense in turning around again and going back to sleep.
So I got up, took a shower and dabbled a bit here and there and left the dorm at 7:30. Had a yummy cheese omlette and decided that I am a lucky person. The streets were fairly empty in the morning, but ...
We spent the day following the footsteps of the American Revolution today. After realizing you've walked past the Boston Marathon site or the Church from which Paul Revere was signalled or the Boston Massacre it's surreal to think how many important, tragic and inspiring events spanning literally hundreds of years happened where you're standing. Oh and we drank really good ...