The Wellesley College Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... past the State Centre. There was a political protest going on about stopping illegal immigrants coming on shore. Seems the Aussies aren't the only ones having those problems. Some of the roads were blocked off so I couldn't get a good look, but managed to get a half decent pic.
I went to the Cheers bar, and although it is a little smaller than the one on the TV, ...
... Chicago was going to buy the Old State House from Boston and build it up again in a park there! That would just be embarrassing and so the Bostonian society reopened the State House. It has now been a museum longer than anything else. As part of the restoration the lion and unicorn that had once been on the State House roof were replaced which caused a bit of disgruntlement and so today beneath the lion and unicorn there is a large American flag and on the other side of the ...
... that I had access to an enormous movie database. So I decided to lay back and enjoy The Butler, The Heat and Now You See Me, whilst admiring the beautiful sights outside and the served plane food. Three movies, a chicken curry and a lot of cups of tea later, there we were! The last thing Remco and I expected after reading the newspapers and keeping an eye on the weather forecast was to arrive in a sunny Boston. Who would have guessed that the first ...
bushes one for each year of her life. A long and gruelling day over it was time
for the usual.
Cosmopolitan, beers and seafood - what else would you have
Day 3 in Boston started with a walk to the markets bought nothing no room to carry any thing else! At 1.30 pm trained out to the Logan Airport to board a 4.40 pm flight to Buffalo - Niagara ...
... spend the first day of our trip with a relaxing stroll in downtown Boston and a beer in the highest bar in the city, from where you have a great view of the Boston Harbor, the site of the legendary Boston Tea Party and of the stadium of the Boston Red Sox. And of course, a visit to Harvard University should not be missed. But if Nico would ever decide to get inscribed here to study, we would have to stop our journey today and begin to save: ...