Boston Yacht Haven Inn & Marina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
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We headed into downtown Boston after breakfast this morning. It was a beautiful sunny day. 25 or 26 degrees. Our neighbour back home told us about the New England Aquarium. I thought it might be alright so we decided to check it out. We now owe a big thanks to our neighbour because it exceeded expectations. There's a huge tank in the centre of the building with so many different types of ocean species. There was a ramp to ...
... After a scenic drive we were very relieved to lay eyes on our motel and to arrive in one, slightly stressed piece. Apart from having to reverse up the main road to get into the car park, in the rain, our first drive had been quite successful, although Donna was VERY happy to park the car until the next day.
After booking into our motel we took a walk downtown and then over to Fenway Park, famous home of the Red Sox. ...
... a replica of the TV set, but didn’t check it out ourselves.
Instead we went in search of Acorn Street - another of “America’s oldest”s - a picturesque private road with some lovely old row houses and original cobbles. By this point we were getting hungry again and we thought we’d go in search of dim sum in Chinatown. We took a pretty good walk around and found nothing budget-friendly or appealing in any ...
... and finally shimmering sea surrounded by rocky cliffs as we begin our descent to a land of wine and roses.
The first of many hairy bus rides hugging the cliff with crazy drops to the sea awaits as we careen from Naples to Sorrento. For those who have witnessed my acrophobia in person, you would have been proud. In my ripening age of wisdom, I seem to have conquered a bit of my spine chilling fear of heights ...
... 1 year to heal from the treatments and rebuild strength. I'm grateful that I was strong coming into this, and I have been able to keep a minimal level of fitness up. I read this very interesting recent New York Times article: <a target="_blank" href="http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/26 /magazine/what-if-age-is-nothing-but-a- mind-set.html" rel="nofollow"> http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/26/magaz ine/what-if-age-is-nothing-but-a-mind-s et.html</a> It's ...