30 Appleton Street Bed and Breakfast Studio Apartments
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... there (Wow. The world’s most miserable family just walked in… QUICK! Someone get them beer before it’s too late!) Anyway, yes, I left my heart in Banff. In fact when I left on the coach, if you picture my palms and nose pressed flat against the bus windows to get the very last glimpse of the mountains before they disappeared off into the distance, eyebrows knitted together in melancholy, then you wouldn’t be too far from the truth.
... colors green and orange, keeps a running list on yellow post-its of just about anything (including all of the restaurants we want to try) and is a fiercely loyal friend.
3). Jess, who is our in-house rocket scientist (no....really) and professor and Associate Dean at Olin College of Engineering I met.....hmmmm....how long have Paul and Nicole been married?.......I would say approximately 14-15 years ago at our dear ...
... br> behind it, so its just something to accept and price into the cost of travel.
The waitress appreciated us asking how it works and trying to understand
as it is something many visitors struggle with.
With full tummies, we enjoyed the
walk back to the hotel, stopping to take a few pictures along the way, and
planning our busy couple of days absorbing as much as we can of Boston!
... influences. Then we were off to Harvard University. The trolley didn't go to Harvard Square, so we took the subway. Harvard is amazing. The buildings are so beautiful and it is a busy place. We really enjoyed walking around. We had some pizza at Harvard Square and then back on the subway to catch our trolley for the rest of the tour. Once back on the trolley we went through Beacon Hill and to the site of the the Boston Tea Party. There is ...
... where we enjoyed a long break taking in the Floral Bridge which was started in 1929 on an old tram line. A fine job. Coffee/lunch, touristing. Great. On to Deerfield -a town with buildings and history back to the early 1700s. Buildings preserved with a great opportunity to learn more of history. As well as self-guided we had a couple of guided house visits of the mInisters Ashley House built 1734 and Friary House c1760 with an Arts and Crafts 1890s/early 1900s feel. Oct 15 A warm day ...
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