From Manhattan to Boston

Trudged down 7th Ave. a few blocks to a different place for breakfast, the name of which escapes me (sorry!). The servers were young and inexperienced (and really, really cute!), but the food was better than Andrews. Skipped back to the hotel, packed up, checked out, then grabbed a cab, supposedly to the Alamo car rental place. The cabbie dropped us 3-4 longs blocks short of the rental place, insisting it was only one block to walk, but that driving us there would take an hour(!!!). What a liar! One of the wheels on my main suitcase disintegrated along the way, it was very hot, and I was a little cranky also due to some wounds on my legs and sore feet (which I had beat the hell out of walking about 30 miles in the art museums and on the hard pavement of Manhattan over the course of four days).

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Anyway, we got a car and proceeded out of town, along the lovely parkways of New York and Connecticut, stopping at a Mexican food chain in central Connecticut for what was a pretty good Mexican food lunch!

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We continued on up through Massachusetts to Terry’s step-brother Jim’s house in Waltham, where we had a lovely home-cooked dinner, some great beer, and the wonderful company of family before a nice, deep sleep in their guestroom.

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