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    Day 1.233 – Boston & The End of the Line

    York -> Boston (Dorchester)
    Distance (km) : 123
    Time on bike : 6h 27m
    Brutto time: 07.30 – 17.20
    Avg : 19.0 km/h
    Max.speed: 51.5
    Total (km) : 52.784
    Altitude: 10 m
    Difficulty: 3.5 of 5

    Back at the Atlantic Ocean. New Hampshire, USA

    Beach houses in New Hampshire.

    Tired and sweaty after 6 days and 700 km from Quebec – but getting closer to Boston!

    Tired and sweaty, but getting closer to Boston!

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    Boston downtown.

    A few notes on a napkin. This is how I found my way in to (and through!) big-city Boston on my way to Dorchester where Peter Macnamara has kindly invited me to stay, through God-blessed Couchsurfing (CS).


    Meeting up with complete strangers (via CS) is always exciting to me (and to the hosts too, I guess). Peter (60, a former food critic and food magazine owner, among his many hats) meets me at the front door of his house in Dorchester, and I soon realize that I’ve come to the right place. I get along with Peter (and his three dogs, parrot, and cat!) from the first minute, and I can’t believe how lucky I am having my own, comfy room (w/ king-size bed, wifi, cable-TV, fan, A/C)…

    Peter and Bin (lodger) in the kitchen in Dorchester.

    One of many tasty dinners made by Peter...

    Peter and I spend to whole evening chatting and laughing, sharing stories from the world, and I just know that these next days in Boston until my flight on Friday will be spent in great company.

    Dinner on my arrival day with Peter and Bin...

    And boy was that hot shower a treat!

    My to-do list...

    On this day..


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