The Bertram Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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At last the rain has buggared off and the sun is shining over the bay of Boston. We arrived at our hotel to be greeted with an amazing suite with city and harbour views. Faye certainly worked her magic when booking this place! We got stuck on a really boring 2 hour tour of the city but got to see MIT, Fenway park - home of the Red Sox and the site of the ...
... br> The weekend kicked off with a Friday night dinner with the board members. I’m not
going to lie, hearing this made me a tad bit nervous. Thinking, “I am going to meet
these big shots who are going to want me to write up a plan of exactly what I am
doing for the 10 month time frame in Rwanda, ahh!!” To my relief I was receiving
multiple “Congratulations!” or “How excited are you?!” as I was welcomed with open
arms. Everyone ...
... a flight once I have a visa. ($300 for change fee and $215 difference in price).
Aprox $1000-2000 saved by canceling and rebooking flight. Worth it, as opposed to flying to Spain, coming back to do the whole hassle of the visa, and returning to Spain.
$20ish MBTA fare: for the multiple trips to and from Boston for the Consulate….
F*ing priceless: Time, headaches, hassle, frustration, elation, ...
... was one portion of eggs with a sausage round in a bit of plastic tub and another plastic tub containing French toast....... then I had to try and pay for it and explain what we had to the cashier....... don't even go there....... OK.......hang on - the actual transcript from my "in travel" black box recorder was....... "Good morning my man....please may I have two portions of egg (scrambled) and sausage on plates please.. ANSWER FROM CHEF..........EEEr gee what you what ...
... also saw the statue dedicated to Paul Revere and in the background you can see the building where the candle was lit to warn of British invaders (one if by land and two if by sea). I was very lucky to meet such great people.
I had to leave in the middle of the impromptu tour to meet with Ian and Michela and see the Bruins playoff game against the Montreal Canadiens…we had amazing seats and in the 3rd period the Bruins were down 3-1 but came ...