Pheasant Hill Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Another Kardashian episode is on tv and so Geline and I are glued to the tv. The recording is cut off so we don't know if Khloe and Kourtney make up, boo.
It was a great couple of days in Boston and I was so happy that we were able to have the Bermas / Relunia reunion this year. Geline and Vic welcomed us into their home and took time out to take us around the New England area. We say farewell and hope to have the next Bermas / Relunia reunion again soon.
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Wednesday 16th July
The next morning, we awoke to heavy rain pounding the skylight windows in our loft room, and ate our basic breakfast whilst packing up for moving on. Our bus to the Big Apple was at 4pm, and we'd agreed with Martha and Myra (our hosts) that we could use the room as long as we needed as there was no one else checking in later that day.
After yesterday, there wasn't much sightseeing to be done, so instead we ...
... times. Later that evening I met an Italian guy at the hostel, we both made pasta for dinner (it's easiest and cheapest) and I am more than happy to say that mine came out the best, yes really, better than an Italian! Later that evening I was craving ice cream, and although we got stupidly lost, in the end we found and Ben and Jerrys and wandered around the city. When arriving back at the hostel, a few guys I met the previous night before were determine to get ...
... featured an article on whale watching in Boston and sent me the article which said that although a normal whale watch from Boston might yield two or three close sightings, this month, whale watchers have been seeing much higher numbers, regularly spotting a dozen, sometimes far more. One day there was a group of 40 whales seen during a three hour tour. The marine site we visited and mentioned in the article was called Stellwagen Bank and is known as one of the world's most ...
What a day to be in Boston!!! This morning started with a little drizzle in the air but wasn't that cold. We walked toward our nearest stop for the trolley but the first one that came along was full of German tourists so we had to wait for the next one. Once it arrived we headed up to the Cambridge galleria to get some gifts to take back home. We then got back on the trolley and headed off to Charlestown for our Duck ...