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I spent four days in Boston with preliminary appointments and setting up logistics. I went home for the weekend and now I am back in Boston. My old friends, Adele & Larry, were terrific hosts and I stayed with them. I enjoyed the city, and even went to a great yoga class at Coolidge Corner Yoga in between my appointments. Scroll through the photos and you can see some of Boston in mid-summer.
It is very weird because I don't ...
As our driver wound his way through the streets of Quincy and approached our hotel up a hill we were given our first glimpses if what was to become known in my mind as 'The Marriott Colditz.
The Marriott sits isolated on top of a hill about 1/2 hour commute from Boston. My first impression (I claim travel fatigue as an excuse) I had visions of being marooned in the hotel with Agatha Cristy characters lurking around every ...
... time, Sam's bad foot was playing up badly but she perseveredto lead us to the site of the Boston Massacre.
We continued a short distance to Faneuil Hall, where we dined at a fine establishment called "Dick's last resort". This chain of restaurants is known for is deliberately rude waiters, and its always fun to watch them abusing the customers. Its even funnier when the diner is not in on the joke. At his place ...
... the middle of November. The "captain" and the ship's "surgeon" spun wild yarns about their journey that truly captivated many of our fifth graders.
We finished our day fifty stories above Boston at Prudential Center to take in the sights of the city from a bird's eye view. We then had dinner at the food court below and headed back for a restful night at the Park Plaza. Early to bed for us tonight!
Have a good evening,
The Boston Team
Boston seems to have it all - sea shore, top universities, sweet neighborhoods. And people of Boston know it - everywhere you can spot proud joggers with logos of their universities or simply with "Boston" on their T-shirts. It really seems like a nice city to live in, but after having seen the West Coast of the USA I now know that it's not as laid-back as for example Californian university cities. But still, it has something very likeable :-) ...
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