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  • Boston welcomed us with it’s big buildings and bright lights when we arrived there on a Saturday evening in mid-March for the seafood exhibition. Needless to mention how different it is from Siglufjörður with it’s 1.200 inhabitants. It was a cold night and the bars and restaurants were busy. The Clam Chowder at the hotel’s restaurant was a fine way to end the day.
  • And of course we had the breakfast at Dunkin’ Donuts before heading for the action.
  • It was only a short walk from our hotel to the exhibition centre, but we could still see many faces of Boston on the way.
  • I love old cars and this Ford A was one of the first things that caught my eye when I entered the exhibition centre.
  • Our buyer in the States was there as always, promoting our Mánaberg packed at sea cod and haddock as the “World’s Best Fish!”. Nothing less, nothing more!
  • Good old Charlie from England was at his stand selling "the Saucy Fish”.
  • On the Sunday afternoon it started to sleet and snow, so it felt just like home.
  • And staying in a hotel next to a fire station gave some extra action.
  • The weather was mild on the Monday afternoon so we could have a good walk around Newbury Street before going to the airport.
  • And just before flying home I could watch Liverpool beat Swansea in the English Premier league at the airport. Boston, the home of Liverpool FC owners, is a fine place to watch the team win.
  • There are more photos from Boston in my Photo Diary
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