Dinner was at Legal Seafood. Quite good clam chowder (or is it chowda?), and Rhode Island style calamari, and I am full to the niblick and cut to the quick as they say. They also had a dessert menu which was palatial, though I was well beyond desserts, fully half of their dessert menu was "liquid desserts", including a 30-year-old Mcallen single malt at $65.00 a glass. And no, I didn't have any for reasons too numerous to mention. I did get a picture of the menu which I'll have to upload after I get home.
(Points to you who understand the need to eat Calamari in Massachusetts.)
Boston looks cool. I'd love to actually, you know, visit sometime. So far I've been inside a handful of industrial buildings, a restaurant, a couple of cars (we had "limo" service) and a hotel with no hot tub, which ain't exactly livin' the high life. Tomorrow there will be more meetings then catching a flight back to the merry old land of home, where I will look like I've been hit in the face with a raccoon because of the dark circles under my eyes.
Until then, I love you my darlings. I am now to bed.