The Gilded Lily
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Gilded Lily Boston
This is a great B and B right in the heart of Boston. You can walk everywhere or catch the subway if you need to go further out. We stayed in the Parlor Room which shared a kitchen and had its own bathroom. Very comfy and James was very accommodating making sure he explained where the high spots were and taking us through a map of the local area.
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Our third day in Boston was a wonderful snow covered adventure as we walked the freedom trail (backwards!) from the obelisk to Boston common. It had snowed overnight and settled a thin layer over the streets, which immediately inspired Alex to start throwing snowballs! We headed north across the bridge and made our way to the monument and its 296 steps that we fully intended to climb (honest!). It was closed due to the ice however so we made do with some pics and a quick ...
... by the hostel. It was fun and I got to meet some people who are staying here and volunteering here. And I got to try pineapple beer. Which could have gone either way but our survey says yes! That evening I went on a tour of the public library. Wow that place is impressive. All made of marble and covered in paintings. Very beautiful. In the same vein I went on another tour with the hostel another day to the museum of art which was... big. It was a bit much for me if ...
... as by night), by the buzzing mass of people on Times Square and by all the other amazing sights Manhattan has to offer. Due to my statistics exam on Tuesday, I was unfortunately not able to join them on their big adventure to New York City, but they kept me posted about their experiences with a healthy amount of selfies. I was so happy seeing them and I’m really glad to see that their first trip to the States was so awesome!
It is weird to be leaving ...
... places to visit and where to eat and I took eager notes! My first day out in Boston I was lucky enough to meet up with a fellow traveller also visiting Boston, Liz. Together we wandered aimlessly, got lost, shared a pint at the Cheers pub, and talked....a lot! She's also responsible for the fact that I have so many photos of myself in Boston - no mean feat when you're travelling by yourself!
The next day Hui's housemate, Joyce, joined me for a stroll through Boston's ...
... the bags to be delivered. Dinner this night was part of the package. We had clam chowder (specially asked for my the guide). Could only identify potato and celery in the clam chowder and there were other undefinable lumps which could have been anything. Tasted fine though. Main course was herbed chicken with creme brulee for dessert.
After updating the blog - had to sit in the foyer because there was no free wifi in the room - off to bed.