The Bertram Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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Walked to the Museum of Fine Arts, truly magnificent. Spent all day looking at the collection (or at least a small bit of it). There is a great collection of Monets, Renoirs, Degas and van Goghs which we very much enjoyed. Then got side tracked through the glass sculptures and the modern collection which turned out to be quite interesting. We did find one Australian picture, which was made from glass. Had some lunch and ...
... rehearsed music. All 0f us joined in and it was fun singing Charlie on the MTA, and others. The three young choral directors were good, each having a different style of conduct5ing the chorus, but each had a high level of enthusiasm.
When the chorus rehearsal was finished, one of the directors got all of the young children that was part ...
... And this is how Hayley has set up her first road trip mission, to buy a tree decoration from every city we visit! Could get tricky once it’s April…
We went for a walk around the harbour and then headed back north via a more westerly path. We came across some of Boston’s more famous sights. The Union Oyster House beckoned the seafood lovers amongst us, tempting but still full on chowder we moved on.
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... protest the taxes imposed on the colonies. Today it houses the Boston National Historic Parks information centre & varies market stalls.
We visited the Holocaust Memorial, a glass tunnel inscribed with 6 million random numbers - it was very moving to think about all men, women & children it represents. It is a masterful design without lots of words, the numbers say it ...
... then we were on our way to Boston! The bus was late again but when we arrived we walked to our conveniently located hostel and stored our bags. Check in wasnt till 4pm (4pm! America, get your **** together, sincerely, the whole world).We had to do something, and we still had plenty of hours in the day, so we walked to boston common where we watched kids playin in the frog pond water feature, and on the grass. We then explored the public garden to ...