Boston's famed and fabled Fenway Park (wiki) - home of the Red Sox Baseball Club opened only 5 days after the Titanic sank in 1912. I visited last August to see the Cleveland Indians pound the home team 9-1. Today, my home team - the Toronto Blue Jays - are the visitors. Linda and I walked to the park but we were bushed from the 11-hour drive, the 88°F weather, and so on. We arrived in Boston safe and sound and in good time. Instead, we had some beers and some nachos and a club sandwich across from the stadium and watched the fans go by. Observed one walking bowling pin advertising the bowling alley a few doors down and two guys dressed like the Blues Brothers trolling for the House of Blues a few doors down the other way (we were at the patio of a Mexican place). Oh, and a bunch of faux stewardesses from Porter Airlines of Toronto were handing out 30% discount coupons for flights to Toronto and also little balsa wood put-together planes. Now, were resting in the guest house watching the ball game on TV. Coming up: Research at MIT.
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