Ames Boston Hotel
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... but I won’t hold that against her. She was great to talk to and before I knew it a couple of hours had passed by.
Trevor’s parents very kindly took me to the airport the next morning to catch my flight. What a nice family. I love that people are basically good at heart. It restores some of my faith in humanity. Calgary airport has a huuuuge window looking out onto the air strips. With rocking chairs lined up in front of it. So I settled myself ...
... Andrea "Drea" and I also met at the Green Dragon after said wedding. Jess and Drea went to UMASS-Amherst together, were roommates for many years and, lucky for me, Drea braved facing a bunch of drunk Irishmen (and BCers) to come out with Jess that night and I got to meet her. She was also an original member of bookclub, has travelled more than almost anyone I know (other than perhaps Paul, below), is an excellent cook, and has a ...
... Perfect! The kitchen was still open
- EVEN BETTER. We let the waitress choose a local beer to try, we ordered
buffalo wings and a steak sandwich. It was really great food and not the
oversized over processed meal we'd expected and whilst reasonably priced, the
tipping is going to kill us!
15-20% of restaurant meal price is
expected as a gratuitous tip. I understand the economics ...
... to Salem famous for the hanging of witches and down to Boston and the most beautiful immaculate apartment in Somerville where we will stay for the next week.
Wednesday morning headed to the nearby underground and travelled into the centre of town and followed the Freedom Trail, which is marked along the footpaths by a triple row ...
... was told in an early 1978 edition of the magazine. Oct 22 Last day in US for a while. Into Plymouth for short walks in the "Pilgrim" area whilst doing our laundry. The storm is brewing and the day proves very windy and wet. After a Mexican lunch we travelled North to Boston for a final US night before Peru. After delivering the car back, another city walk though now in the wet before a meal and music by Bobby Keyes at the Beehive in the Boston Arts Centre. Overnight in low cost ...