Oakwood at Downtown Boston
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- Concierge desk
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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So on Sept 27th, at 1.10pm, I was on a megabus out of New York and heading for Boston. My surprise companion for the journey was a 5 year old girl named Beverley who insisted on teaching me the alphabet, how to count/ write numbers and also drew me pictures. Needless to say that the 4 hours and 25 minute journey felt like a never ending one but I have learnt I have a lot more patience for small people than I had previously thought. I also gained a souvenir to remember Beverley ...
... rent out for meetings. We could see a group all wearing red t shirts having a business meeting complete with whiteboard in one of the rooms.
We managed to find our way to the underground T station and bought a ticket in a machine. Our plan was to do the historic walk around Boston. It is well signposted and you walk following a brick line (the freedom trail) in the footpath that goes for a few miles with stops on the way. ...
... 2km walk ahead of us to track down a supermarket to get some lunch and some dinner supplies. The sun was beaming but we finally made it, grabbed a small amount of food and made the long walk back. We arrive back at the hotel, eat lunch and relax again as we do some more research.
We decide at 1800 that we could squeeze in a gym session as we were pretty tired but thought it would knock us out for a good sleep after dinner. We went down to the gym, hit the iron for ...
... stopped everyone headed back to their seats only for the rain to start again. After about three quarters of an hour with the game still halted, and the rain continuing, we gave up and went back to the camping ground. We have no idea if the game ever recommenced or who won if it did. After a few days of visiting towns and cities it was time to head to the hills. We made our way into the White Mountain National Park area in New Hampshire to visit Franconia Notch State Park. This ...
This is a photo of red sox stadium, Fenway Park. The field
is very tidy and clear, there are two people who are irrigating the camp
(because on Friday there is a match and they are preparing the camp). On the
right we can see red bleachers, on the left green bleachers. In the ...