The Inn At St Botolph
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... meant to leave Boston on the Thursday. But then I found tickets to the patriots playoffs game for less than $200. Gk and Mitch changed their plans to stay for the game as did I. This meant an extra 2 days in Boston and less time in the south for me but totally worth it. Caught the patriots train there wearing; 2 pairs of socks and boots Thermal leggings, jeans, travel pants Long sleeve top, t-shirt, polar fleece, down vest, down jacket, overcoat 2 pairs ...
... of blogs, photos and Facebook. Yes, we had a day of wanting to shoot each other, some yelling, some sulking, and now all happy and settled in Boston at the lovely Lenox Hotel.
NYE here another beautiful sunny day here in Boston, BUT zero degrees and under. We had a few hot drink stops along our walk.. Really old and pretty here. Some interesting and impotent people and events here as ...
... br> Then it was back on the bus to Montreal. This time my roommates were... a little odd. One crabby old lady was a shouty, mean old lady and one girl spent most of the time in her coat in bed (it was hot in the room) muttering to herself.
I went to the Biodome, which for those of you who have been to Tropical World in Leeds is kinda like that but bigger. And better. Because puffins. Those cute little things! I also saw penguins which I love. And I got to see ...
... It has been pretty amazing. Leonie and I work together at Deloitte which is how she got roped into this crew, and typically we drive the others crazy with how much we do not seem to be able to shut up about work....ever. Really, the rest of you are missing out on how exciting and riveting it is to be a CPA in public accounting.... Leonie has has an amazing sense of humor and wit that is sure to keep us laughing throughout our travels, ...
... of the afternoon involved a walk around Chinatown and down to the harbour
before a pizza slice at our new local (one slice is the size of a dinner plate). After returning to the hostel the skies opened and emptied what looked like Niagara falls onto the poor
people still outside. It did make for good people watching though from the warmth and comfort of the hostel.