Inn On The Horse Farm
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... of old & new architecture is really well done and makes for a really interesting vibrant city. I always like it when locals work & shop in the areas we visit, it makes for a more authentic livable city and I give Boston full marks for walkability!! I've included some photos below of the buildings so you can see some of the beautiful old buildings we passed on our walk.
... in 1636 and where the Boston marathon finishes. Boston is now known for its medical research and has a Museum of Science. As our tour was finished before lunch, we hopped on the Boston Duck, toured the town again then splashed into the Charles River in our amphibious landing vehicle and got skyline views of Boston and Cambridge. Of course we had to have some New England Clam Chowder, a Bostonian institution, before heading back to the ship.
... to a shrew like man like who cannot speak English but keeps reading what I type as I tap away on my iPad keyboard. The train starts off almost immediately and we rumble under Manhattan bursting forth a few minutes later into bright sunshine. The bare metal silver train whizzes past fantastic views of New York......we settle in for the 4 1/2 hour run north east to Boston. We whizz through beautiful scenery. Weatherboarded houses in little creeks with expensive speed ...
... restaurants. However, the 'pleasant' nature of Boston suddenly disappeared as we got close, as the laid-back streets of downtown Boston descended into a flurry of tourists, struggling to fit on and proceed down the narrow sidewalk. Motorbikes drove along the road, narrowly missing pedestrians, beeping their horns. All the restaurants were packed, and extremely expensive compared to the norm for the area. Incredibly, we looked at about 10 ...
... recreated to give you a sense of what the original ship was like. We also leant what it was like for the crew and the passengers but also who they were and what brought them to the US! We found lots of information on an Isaac Allerton and his family came from 'Unknown' England, there was so much information on this man but no records of where he came from in the UK. It was so fascinating to read stories of this man, who could be an ancestor of Stuart. The name ...