Our last day in Boston started with the standard breakfast in the hotel, then we wandered into town to find some good coffee. We trolled around the water front, and made our way via the posh district, then through Boston Park with its fat squirrels, to check out the cinema.
The cinema was showing Interstellar in the iMax, and it so happened that the next showing was in ten minutes so we went straight in for the 11 o' clock showing. A ripping yarn in the normal Hollywood tradition, but what is it about Hollywood and black holes? "Oh look, there's an event horizon, let's go in see what's there".
This left us looking for lunch at 2:30 and we went to the place we had earmarked for our last, special meal, to see if they would serve us at 3 o' clock when we got there. Well of course they would, this isn't France, you know. Very nice it was too. The restaurant, The Chart House was an old customs house so the waiter told us some of the stories relating to its history. It has some rather fine American Eagles, too.
It was getting dark by the time we left, and we took a taxi back to the hotel to wind down and pack for the trip the next day. It was the next morning that Anita noticed I had left my hat at the restaurant. I'm not sure that on a strictly logical basis, it's worth the time and the 16 dollar taxi ride to fetch it, but then, you can't abandon an old friend, can you?