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Boston direct).
You surely will not need to come on to meet us - experienced travellers as we are.
Miss Phillips has not yet put in an appearance. I am rather surprised. Possibly she changed her plans.
We shall send you some photographs of this pretty town. One part (the old one) is very quaint. There are old wooden bridges dating from 1333, ancient houses with outside mural decorations, and a long under ground gallery on the waters edge. 
With much love a hug and many kisses from us all.
Lovingly yours
Elizabeth Loring.
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