Pheasant Hill Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... We will just hole out in our little home at night and head off into Boston during the daytime. Maybe we will take advantage of the pancake breakfast in the morning.
Today’s drive from Cape Cod to the Boston region took us past the town of Plymouth, of the Pilgrims landing fame. It was kind of fun to take in, first the Plimoth Plantation historical museum with its restored 1620 village, complete with costumed settlers in character. Then to the town ...
... detail about their brewing techniques. After the 30-minute tour, we were seated in the tasting room to try 3 different beers during an interactive Q&A session and taught how to taste beer properly. The sampling glass is yours to keep and at the end you get shuffled into the gift shop, where (apart from the usual t-shirts, fridge magnets and other branded memorabilia) you can buy growlers of various experimental beers. On our visit this included ...
... part of town and show me a few cool bars to hang out in. He was interesting and I had a really good night talking to him and finding out about French Montreal.
After that I had a really intense day of homesickness. I don't get the feeling often, and it never seems to last much more than a day, but when it comes it's very strong. I'm not a fan. Luckily, a friend talked me through it from across the globe and made me feel a lot better. Thank you :) ...
... instead, and forgo the Freedom Trail. We had a lot of driving to do today -around 5 1/2 hours- but we took the coastal route, stopped off for an hour at the LL Bean outlet store, and also for a delicious lunch... one last taste of Maine with the final lobster based lunch. Ruth had a flight to catch at 9pm, so she headed off to the T station as soon as we arrived at the hotel (around 5pm). Sandra is ...
... Common and past the Cheers bar where we stopped for a drink. The oval where the concert was to be had limited seating, a lot of which is allocated to VIPs and corporates. There was already a queue of people waiting to get in and get the remaining seats which were available from 5pm. The first two guys in the line had been there since 5pm last night. They had deck chairs and supplies. We didn't join the queue but saw them again on the six o'clock news seated centre-front. ...