Travel Tales and Pictures

Travel Stories and Photographs by John.


Boston Massachusetts, Acadia National Park Maine, and Quebec Canada

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Even though I was born in the Southern United States and grew up eating great seafood from the Gulf of Mexico, I have to say I had the best seafood I have ever eaten in Boston. Here is a shot from the Legal Seafood Restaurant eating stuffed lobster.

During our May trip to Boston we visited the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library. A nice gentleman from Tennessee offered to take a picture of me and my wife so we would have one of the two of us together. A police officer drove up and thought the three of us were together. He offered to take a picture of the three of us and I said "Yes, thank you very much." That's how we ended up with the picture of us with a perfect stranger from Tennessee. Anyone know this man?

During the Boston Trip, we also went to Bar Harbor/Acadia National Park, Maine for two days.

Catherine on the Maine coast at Acadia National Park.

We also drove from Maine to Quebec, Canada the only walled city north of Mexico City. We also had great food in Quebec. Here Catherine is eating at a restaurant overlooking the St. Lawrence River.

A shot of Catherine walking down to the old city outside the Quebec walled area.
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Anonymous Cathy said...

Yes, I wonder if we'll ever find out who this man is!

November 08, 2006 10:56 PM  
Blogger Jill said...

The last picture taken of your wife seems to be in the Vieux Québec, the historical part of Quebec City.
Well, I've learn there is an Acadian Park in Maine too.

December 10, 2006 6:55 PM  

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