Beacon Hill Bed and Breakfast
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... some relaxing hours in parks playing it.The city in general, is ( of course ) completely different to New York. But in a good way. It was not that crowded and somehow we had the feeling to breath good air again.
But yeah, after 3 nights in Boston, we are now in Portland. The biggest city of the state of Maine. We have the great opportunity here to see some breath taking sea sides, ...
... one point, after we'd been waiting about 45 minutes on the runway, the nice guy sitting next to me asked when we might take off. The same flight attendant gave him a really hard time. He said something like we can't just fly off with the stairs stuck to the plane. Then he said something like "why would you want us to do this?" He kept berating the passenger to the point when I finally stepped in and said we just wanted to know if he had an idea when we might take off. He ...
... tour. I have included little snippets of information with some of my photos his time, so if you want to read make sure you click on them. Also, this has been a decline in comments (down from about three per entry to now just my mother!!!) so I do urge you to please comment and tell me what you think!
... the evenings joined Doug and John visiting their usual haunts. There are many fine restaurants in the area that they often visit, and we met many of their friends.
Boston, the Massachusetts capital, is about an hour and a half by train from Sutton. We went into the city several times to see the many attractions. Our first goal was to visit the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum. The tour of the museum started ...