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Trip Start May 01, 2010
Trip End May 07, 2010

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Tuesday, May 4, 2010

We left the Hyatt today at 9:15 am and headed to Boston Common to meet up with Samuel Gray, our guide on the Freedom Trail.  It was very funny because our tour guide clapped his hands way too much. We thought it was because he was nervous, but it turned out he was super good at explaining the information.  He made the tour so much fun for us. I know all the kids had a great time.    --Gina

After lunch, we explored the Museum of Science.  There were sections for all types of people, kids and adults. First on the list was an electricity show. It was AMAZING!!! The presenter asked for 10 volunteers, so a lot of people got to play. The only down side was that the shocks of light were very loud, especially at the end of the show.  Overall, the show was great.  --Heather

At the Museum of Science, my group and one other group decided to watch a 3D movie called Planet You. It was DISGUSTING!!! Imagine seeing a tiny bug that lives in your hair poop right into your face in 3D. I have never not liked a 3D movie. I guess there's a first time for everything. And before the movie it said: "This movie might  be a little intense for some people." Now I know why. Other than this disgusting "experience," I had a really good time! I LOVE BOSTON!!! : )  --Soleil

At the Museum of Science, we went to an exhibit where they showed how baby chickens hatch! They showed the cycles of what they look like inside the egg. Then in a cage they showed little cute baby chicks!!!!!! They were super KA-UTE!!!!!!! They peeped and made weird little noises!  In a cage next to the baby chicks, there were fertilized eggs that had not hatched yet. But hours before we came, one of the chicks was born. It was still wet with slime from its egg! I LOVED IT!!!!! Overall the Museum of Science was fantastic!  --Danica :)
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Quynh Nguyen on

Great to read entries from the girls. Look forward to reading the boys' tomorrow.
Wow, Freedom trail and the museum of Science all in one day. You guys must be exhausted.
Much love from folks at home!

zac on

I really wish I were there!! send me pics!! the museum of science is really fun, but I've never seen the chicken exhibit. hagt!!

Michelle Smith on

The museum sounds amazing, thanks to Gina, Soleil, Heather and Danica for sharing their experiences. I bet that movie is something you'll never forget.
We are having warm sunny days and are thinking of you all the time.
Summer- Kima moved to Spencer's bed. I'm sure she'll come back to yours when you get home.
Love you!

Beatrice Hallig on

Soleil I loved your little entry. Keep writing, I will keep reading. Love you Mom

Linnea Haddock on

KA-UTE!! I love it! Thanks for these great updates.

Nancy Burgner on

I'm LOVIN' hearing from all the Boston Bloggers! So nice to hear your "voices"
and learn about your adventures. Danica - we are going to have to get you some chickens one of these days . . .Miss you all. Travel safely home to us.
XO, Nancy/Mom/Ms. Burgner

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