Caj Guest House Tremont Street
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... the menu and I always enjoy a dinner there. Both Helmand & Rangzen offer reasonably priced flavorful food that we can’t get in rural New Hampshire.
And then there are the food trucks: we know they are a trend now across the country. I’ve gotten a good idea of the difficulty putting out a successful concept and tasty food from watching The Food Truck Wars on TV’s Food Network. But, Oh the Boston Food Trucks:). I check ...
... Boston so we were really pleased when we found the campsite near a ferry to downtown Boston!! An even bigger bonus was parking was FREE at the Ferry Terminal in Salem & we got to see Boston Harbour from the water!! We lucked out again with the weather & had not only a lovely sunny day but it reached 75F - not bad for October
Once again I have been impressed with a big city! ...
Well, it is the end of this trip. Today is our travel day. Our flight is at 3:30pm so no rushing. We had a leisurely breakfast. Then we made plans to walk to a Guy-recommended restaurant but found out we had to take the shuttle to the airport at noon so no time. So off to the airport and all the fun that involves. All went smoothly and we were home safe and sound by ...
... for the Americans. The monument is very impressive and commands an excellent elevated position with views over the City. Tramping back we realised that we hadn't stopped for lunch so at 3.30 we popped into a nice Italian restaurant on a back street called Salem St. We were seated next to a couple of sisters who hailed from Boston and had a very nice chat with them as we ate. I had an excellent pizza whilst Chris had a fusili pasta ...
... The ride to the airport was tense, to put it mildly. These Italian cab drivers are absolutely insane. They bomb down narrow streets like their wife just went into labor, narrowly missing cars, pedestrians, motor scooters, merch vendors or whatever. Half an inch on both sides is just a comfortable fit to them. I always thought "close" was only good in horse shoes, social dancing, and hand grenades. I can now add ...