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 ...
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 ...
... the bridge in a unit of measure unknown to man. He and his friends got drunk and decided to roll Oliver end over end to measure the bridge.
6) The Liberty Hotel used to be Boston Prison. Let's pause and soak in the irony of that name.
7) Boston's Victory Gardens were started back during World War II, and the waiting list to get one is currently around fifteen years (I think that's right).
8) The Symphony ...
... be able to go through the very short line. That's what we did. And we went through the customs very very smoothly. Need to remember this tip!!
Less than half an hour later we were at the airport. We needed to first get all the luggage examined by USDA and get the inspection stickers. Then we stood in line again to check in our luggage. Fortunately the line was not too too long. And the security check line was not too long either. ...
From India I went on to visit a friend working in Kuwait and passed a lovely couple of days catching up on a year's worth of life. I then went back to Dubai to catch up with a friend working here and a friend visiting from her job in Saudi Arabia. Although Kuwait and Dubai are so close, they are so far apart in many ways. Although both are ridiculously wealthy (and ridiculously hot at almost 50 degrees yeeeeeouch), Kuwait life seems to be so very ...