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Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Boston (Synopsis)

I don't have time to give you full explanations of where we went, but here is a short listing of what MonkeyPig and I have been (and will be) up to. I'll probably do full entries on some of these places in the future.

Sunday
Boston, MA: Freedom Tour led by a James Otis impersonator.


Monday
Lexington, MA: Battle Green reenactment of The Shot Heard Around the World

Concord, MA: Waldon Pond


Salem, MA: witch history, House of Seven Gables, Hawthorne House


Tuesday
Providence, RI: Benefit Street


Portsmouth, RI: Green Animals Topiary Garden


Jamestown, RI: Beavertail Light House


Wednesday
Cape Cod, MA: Highland Light House


Hyannis, MA: Lobster dinner


Hyannisport, MA: Beach front properties


Thursday
Plymouth, MA: Fried clams from Lobster Hut


Plymouth, MA: Plimoth Plantation



Friday
Newport, RI: Mansions


Norwood, MA: Last Supper at a great Indian restaurant (Minerva)

6 comments:

cl. panic said...

Well, I don't see any fish pictures. Get to it!

(Lobster aren't fish, they're crustaceans).

A-Dog said...

Are you going to Fenway? What about the Museum of Fine Arts? or a walk around Cambridge? or a show at the Wang Center? or maybe you want to have dinner with my folks (Mr. and Mrs. A-Dog)? That's always an interesting cultural experience! Just say the word...

Man from U.N.C.L.E. said...

Boston Aquarium is awesome. Get some penguin pictures.

sluggy said...

see any drunken kennedys stumbling around?

please bring back one (1) lobster roll.

MonkeyPig said...

Nonnynu....Don't put Topiary down. The only thing I remember about Topiary was the 2 hr drive.

Nonny Nu said...

I am still sore about the Topiary being closed for the season. I don't get these East Coast practices of closing attractions for "seasons." Going to MA was like going to another planet. But, I enjoyed every minute of it! Hey, did we have hot pot on the day that we went to Topiary?

P.S. "Topiary" will be like "Christmas Tree Lane"--more on that later.