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Journal Entry 3
Caffe Bella Vita (OBCZ), 30 Charles St., Beacon Hill in Boston, Massachusetts USA on Sunday, April 02, 2006
Released 13 yrs ago (4/2/2006 UTC) at Caffe Bella Vita (OBCZ), 30 Charles St., Beacon Hill in Boston, Massachusetts USA
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
I'm planning to release this book at my favorite BookCrossing zone, the Caffe Bella Vita. Be sure to check out the bookshelf near the gelato counter!
I went to the Bella Vita Cafe because I saw this and the other Neal Stephenson title on my release alerts and this is one of my personal favourites (and I also already have both, so I'll just release them right away without waiting to read them). However, I don't think I'll go back - I thought the place was going to be like a regular coffee place where you can wander in and out at your leisure. Instead it's a place with menus and waitresses and sitting down, so darting in, looking at the baked goods, and walking out with a book is awkward.
ok, i just released this in the weekly dig box in brigham circle, and it was journalled before i had a chance to make release notes! awesome!
I was headed to the bus, disappointed that I didn't have a good book to occupy me on my ride home. I went to pick up a copy of Boston's "Weekly Dig", and to my delight, this book was waiting for me! (On Huntington Ave, Brigham's Circle)
Journal Entry 6
Bagel Rising, 1243 Comm Ave, Allston in Boston, Massachusetts USA on Wednesday, May 10, 2006
Released 13 yrs ago (5/10/2006 UTC) at Bagel Rising, 1243 Comm Ave, Allston in Boston, Massachusetts USA
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
Left on table by door.
I found Snow Crash on the counter of a bagel shop. Nothing like getting a free book with your breakfast. I'm not a big fan of science fiction, but this book was awesome. At one point, I literally couldn't put it down. I'm going to leave it in my favorite Thai food restaurant, Pud Nob, on Commonwealth.
CAUGHT IN ALLSTON MASSACHUSETTS USA
Today on my way for lunch, I felt like Thai food. The better local eatery on the BU campus for Thai food, Nud Pob, was ahead of me, so I stopped in and placed my order.
To my left, I immediately recognized the distinctive green "Howdy!" sticker above the juice fridge and picked up the book. I last visited bookcrossing a long time ago. I last read Snow Crash even longer before that. After I get done reliving the story, I'll be sure to send it on its way again.