The Inn At St Botolph
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Yesterday afternoon, we, me and my group went to Fenway park. It was just amazing! We discovered the stadium itself but also the red sox's history. This team is full of history and tradition. The stadium is huge! We might go and see a match on Friday evening and I’m so ecstatic! I have always dreamt about watching a ...
... in the Boston area campground… for two reasons… given the busy weekend it might be difficult to get a campsite spontaneously, and, a long weekend might be best for touring Boston because the weekday working crowd and accompanying commuter traffic will be absent. We’ll see!
May 22. Day 46. Foxboro, MA
From the sublime to the ridiculous! The last few nights were in very quiet state and county campgrounds with woods and lakes the only ...
... it was 9 degrees. COLD very COLD. We had so much fun . After getting settled in our hotel the girls wanted to go to Bostons Aquarium. We spent the rest of the day there. Its not the biggest aquarium we have been to, but it was very nice. The Boston Aquarium is a place I would recommend. The next day we spent at the Science Museum. There is a lot to see and do. It was a lot of fun. That night ...
... Thames and Spring St area. Seafood festival was in progress. Part of the Cliff Walk completed a snack was had at the Tennis Hall of fame. Evening meal with John and Lisa at The Place, Newport. Oct 19 A day with John Pepperell. This was a relaxing day with John Pepperell, our friend from Glasgow days 35 years ago at and near his home in Barrington, Rhode Island. We undertook walking, chatting and eating. Lisa joined for the afternoon. Lovely day. Supper of baked salmon ...
... br> Highlights of our time in these two cities:
- Delicious breakfasts in Montreal, Waffles and Croissants !!
- Continued tripping over inanimate objects.
- Searching for vegetables for three days.
While we aren't as sad to be leaving Boston as we were Toronto, it is a lovely city and we have had a fabulous time visiting. But for now, off to visit the Big Apple, the concrete jungle where dreams are made, New York, New York!
Lots of love, J&A ...