Beacon Hill Bed and Breakfast
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... sign that said ‘Cocktails’ was alight on the
next street. In we go, poor bartender having a quiet night when a troop of
weary travellers walk in and I just say “We are not having a good day. I need a
drink!” To which his wonderful response was, “You are in the right place”.
So we take up pews at the bar and get in the drinks venting
our woes to the very understanding barman. Once ...
... we had done. Something rather exciting happened at the party, as apparently we were being a bit too loud, and the cops showed up at the door. No one got in trouble but we all had to leave the party right then and there. Not exactly the way you want to say goodbye to everyone, but I know I will see them all again, and hopefully very very soon.
Also the weekend of Urinetown, my lovely mother and grandmother came to Boston to hang out with me and to see the show. ...
I arrived at Boston Logan International Airport with my mother in late afternoon and we both waited anxiously until I would have to say goodbye to go through security. My first ever plane ride alone! After deciding to embark on this 3 month trip a month or so prior to my flight, I was finally there. I spent days and days researching transportation, accommodation, travel gear, and travel tips and decided to bring just one medium-sized backpack (Osprey ...
... one of the eight Ivy League Universities of America. Here, we witnessed facilities that made our time at Sussex look like we were playing with crayons and playing dot to dot, (which with Abbie's Geography degree was largely true). Needless to say they did not enroll us, something to do with us being too clever for them...? As our hunt for veg continued we were sure that the greatest young minds in America would need some shops to sell such fabled items around their campus. ...
... was going that way himself walked me there. Thank you Jean! The park was closed but at least I will know how it get there for next time as I'm hoping to catch a game! Before he left Jean recommended me to the Boston skywalk on the 50th floor of the Prudential Tower for a 360 view if Boston. Well you cannot put a price on insiders' information and recommendations! I hadn't heard of the observatory whilst looking up places to go and would never have got a chance to go ...