Coolidge Corner Guest House: Bed & Bagel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and almost 50 degrees! We parked at Friendly’s near Spot Pond and walked a section we have never been on, well, I hadn’t. We usually walk along the highway here, but hugging the lake is a small, almost obscure trail that followed the lake and it is like being far out in a woods, except for the freeway noises! No hills, just a nice walk and I want to come back here, especially if there is a few inches of snow! Home again and our plan is ...
... inside was only a set in Hollywood. Apparently, there were a lot of complaints so a replica of the Hollywood set is actually in the basement now. There is also another Cheers in Quincy Market. We then saw Trinity Church and the Christian Science Church which had a beautiful fountain and reflecting pool. The Boston Symphony Hall and Berklee College of Music were next. Many famous musicians have attended Berklee - named after the son of the man who ...
... walked in and said I had an appt, the lady behind the glass scuffed off that fact I mentioned an appt and asked if I had a photocopy of my passport. Double ****! I knew I had forgotten to do something the night before. (Remember I had only been back one full day in Boston and previously I had been on a 4 day road trip with my dad, I was lucky to be awake and functioning at this point). I had definitely been defeated at this point. I walked away, and remembered to ask about the ...
... trade week at the nearby Custom’s House, Boston’s original skyscraper, one of those early ornate 20th century towers with a big clock on it that now functions as hotel and timeshare suites. My parents and I stayed for a week, and my brother (then NY based) came for a visit for a few days.
The next stops are the Old State House, Old South Meeting House, King’s Chapel and its burying ground, and Park Street Church. The ...
... along the coast where we rode along the beach and watched the boats travel slowly through the open water. That was our favorite view! In town we found a small restaurant called Pie in the Sky for breakfast. They had fresh baked goods, organic coffees, and delicious smoothies. Morgan and I had strawberry, banana, blueberry, and raspberry smoothies for breakfast. As a reward for riding 5.3 miles, we also had chocolate filled croissants and a homemade blueberry danish. Yum! ...