Abigayle'S Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... get our stuff in only to see successive passengers jam it in further.
The flight was just under 6 hours. There is no free food – no breakfast or wine and cheese. We were prepared for this and had bought some dried fruit and nuts. There was one movie, Pitch Perfect 2, but there was no sound for the first 10 minutes until someone told the crew and then echoed sound from then on. It was a big plane – 757 but ...
... 25-30 mph we will be freezing! So - - we both have packed a varied and dysfunctional wardrobe in hopes that we will be good to go.
Today we flew from Tulsa to Boston and are staying near the airport. We went out tonight and walked in the beautiful 72 degree weather just as the sun was setting. It was amazing. So nice and cool. Our hotel is near a beautiful and very active park. People were out ...
... no to and thankfully I didn't because even though it was $20, it's was worth every dollar. We sat down and watched some live music in the sunshine. Next up was the famous Harvard University in Cambridge, 10 minutes out from Boston. We caught the subway and took advantage of the free walking tour around the campus. It went for an hour and I think we saw 5% of the university. It is huge. The gardens were all kept really neat and it was interesting to hear about ...
Today we got a little bit of a late start. The Starr's generously offered to be our tour guides and came up with a plan. We started by taking the train into Boston (a first for Tammy & the kids).
We heard that The children's museum was free for the day so we went to check it out. Due to the price of admission, the line was huge so we passed. We walked past the Boston tea party ships. It ...