Tea Party

So it turns out that today is the 242 anniversary of the Boston tea party. Which is good, because I got to get into the museum for free.

I've really enjoyed my trip. I've got to say, Boston needs to learn to properly mark their pavement and get rid of that stupid double roundabouts. Parking is also a scam, but it's the big city. I've been spoiled by Boone. Never thought I'd say that.

I love the city though. I love the atmosphere. I'd probably love it more if I'd flown in and take taxis or subways everywhere, but you live and learn and it's not too bad a hardship. The jfk library was amazingly interesting, as was the Barbour. I enjoyed the fine arts museum and loves the monets - and the tinton, which I blame entirely on earlgreytea68. I've not managed duck tour, but I've driven around the city so much it might not be necessary.

This is possibly the best idea I've had in a while. Thank god I graduated, so u could afford to come up here with congrats money. I think that after my hotel room, parking might be the most expensive part. Again, you live, you learn. It's been so nice and relaxing inspite of the driving. I can't remember the last time I did something just for me. More than buying a book or seeing a movie. It's definitely the first trip by myself I've taken since leaving for basic, and far more enjoyable.

And I've got to say, it's nice to be in a state and ask for tea and get proper, hot tea instead of clarifying.

Anyway, I'll be heading home tomorrow. I wish I could stay longer, but I've
Probably done everything worth doing that's open this time of year. So much fun though.
I am so so glad you had a wonderful time :D You definitely deserved to indulge yourself in a way that was more than just a book.
Congrats on the trip! I'd love to see Boston one of these days...