[Sca-cooks] Heading Boston way

Wanda Pease wandap at hevanet.com
Sat Jul 25 19:51:56 PDT 2009

Thanks Kiri,

    I'll be in Boston 10-14 August for a Conference.  If I can persuade 
my Commander that I don't do well going West to East with only a one day 
catch up (got to be something good about getting older) I'm going to try 
and come in on the 9th and have the 10th for looking around.

Regina Romsey

Elaine Koogler wrote:
> This seems to be a trend this year!  Phillip and I are "doing" Chicago and
> Wisconsin!
> There is SO much to see and do in Boston.  The Boston Museum of Fine Arts is
> wonderful, especially for those with an interest in Far Eastern art...as is
> Harvard's Peabody Museum.  There should be Pops concerts happening on the
> Esplanade while you are there, and many Broadway shows to their out-of-town
> previews in Boston.  The Boston Pops concerts are free.  So far as the Cape
> is concerned, be sure to go as far as Provincetown...great views as well as
> theatrical history--Eugene O'Neill did much of his writing there and worked
> with the P'town Players during a large part of his life.  In Boston, be sure
> to eat at Anthony's Pier 4...absolutely wonderful lobster and the ambiance
> is great.  Also, Boston was Julia Child's home...check out her home museum.
> I could go on and on...Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Faneuil Hall, the Old North
> Church.  Oh, and this is where Legal Seafoods got started!
> And yes, I used to live there.
> Kiri

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