The Inn At St Botolph
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... block away (into the lingo, eh?). It was a pleasant break in the warm sun and we made the most of it.
We took a stroll around the shopping area around Harvard Square and found a very good book shop, with a huge "used" books section for all kinds of books. Very interesting. The rest of the area was less appealing and we beat a retreat to the motel and dined courtesy of a Domino pizza and salad. Sumptuous too.
On the road again tomorrow, in search of the Mayflower and its ...
... better. It was enjoyable to explore the region with its many small old towns. Fortunately, most of the tourists had disappeared.
Doug, Jayne's nephew, who lives in Sutton, MA, had invited us to come and visit. He and John have a lovely house in a peaceful rural area. Reluctantly we gave up the tent for inside accommodations complete with an outdoor hot tub, which we also enjoyed. Our days were spent exploring on our own, ...
... Wellington station, the hostel advertised a free shuttle from the station to the hostel (winning). As I was walking up the stairs lugging my heavy backpack that only one young girl in nyc offered to help me carry, not that I can't lift if but where is the chivalry these days!! I got to the top of the stairs and there was three women, who worked at the station screaming, swearing and chasing a man down the stairs while he was yelling (in my head ...
... s New Deal. So let's just say I wasn't paying attention to all the historical facts during the tour! Nevertheless, I learnt some very interesting things about Boston. The north end of Boston is referred to as 'little Italy,' due to the amount of Italians that moved there in the 19th century. The Irish also came here in their droves. They arrived in Boston during the Irish potato famine and soon this place was overrun with people. It ...
Spent the day with Kai from Melbourne, travelling round America by himself. Started the day in Harvard Yard, originally donated to the university by John Harvard as his cattle fields along with his private collection of books. We hooked up with a student tour guide. Took us around the campus eventually finishing up by the gift store. She did a great job at showing us around, very loud and filled with knowledge as you'd expect for a Harvard student. Told us about the weekly ...