New England Aquarium Sea Lions US Map & Phone & Address

Central Wharf, Boston; (617) 973-5200

Admission to the Aquarium is a bit pricey, though well worth it; one thing you can see here for free, however, is the outdoor sea lion pool, during regular Aquarium hours. Watch half a dozen of these shiny, graceful mammals frolic and cavort in the water; if you’re lucky, you may catch them at feeding time. It’s endlessly fascinating, as the constant crowds prove.

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The drovers’ routes, from the remotest Highlands, are one of our treasured legacies. The Highlands were thickly peopled then of course, but this does show a level of and production that could be aimed for again, were the powers that be genuinely interested in the Highland economy, which stutters along on a feudal system of land ownership damaging to past history and future hopes. Beasts could not be fed in winter so the great trysts saw the surplus sold off. Many were walked on to the industrial cities of England, or even to Smithfield Market in London. The tryst was held to the south-east of Falkirk and later moved to Rough Castle and finally to Stenhousemuir, whose earlier name was Sheeplees. The easiest way down to the town centre (or for Callendar Park/House) is just after coming out of the travel destination tunnel, which also gives access to Falkirk High railway station. From the station head down High Station Road which merges with the B8028 at a rather complex junction, overlooked by tower blocks. Turn up and first left (Kemper Ave) for Callendar Park/House. Heading down to town, after Comley Park primary school the road swings left, then as it swings right from a mini roundabout, go left, St Crispin’s Place (becomes Cow Wynd) which leads to the pedestrianised High Street. There is no tourist office.

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