BEST WESTERN At Historic Concord
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... The comic was then not distributed for another 8 months when it was decided it should be released in his memory. I have to say, the bit of the museum that I found very interesting was the more family oriented section and with information on Jacqueline Kennedy. On their 10th wedding anniversary Jack Kennedy presented Jacqueline with seven gifts and asked her to pick one. She wrote 'And I could see the one that he wanted me to choose the most was this Alexandrian bracelet. ...
... a place which had caught our eyes the day before. They also had a 'Cheers' bar here (from off the tele) The choice of food at this market was phenomenal, and with much debate in our heads' opted for clam chowder and chicken 'kebab' wrapped in bacon. (See Susie's love story about Boston food)
Heading for Harvard, we though we'd ask about Basketball tickets, which to our delight were ...
... go to a game there”, he advised as we drove past the Fenway Park stadium, home of the Boston Red Sox. “Watch the game on TV. The Stadium is very uncomfortable. The seats are made of steel and oak.” Heartwarming negativity in the land where everybody wishes everybody a “nice day” about a thousand times a day.
Fenway Park, by the way, is made out of the same kind of steel beams, and even painted in the same light green colour, as the ...
Enjoyed the park ranger's talk of the history and its impact and importance today. Beautiful area with good visitor center.
DON'T MISS THE VISITOR CENTER AT THE MINUTE MAN NATIONAL PARK Trail. The center is just down the road from the bridge toward Lexington and offers an excellent multimedia ...
... down the stairs! I won't lie to you and tell you I wasn't worried. After all, this was the city that had seen two horrific bomb attacks only a few months ago in a crowded public place, and "emergency situation" was a little too vague for my liking. It seemed to take an awfully long time to get down all those stairs. Now this cinema is massive, and I'd ridden up two huge escalators to get to the top floor. There were about 19 cinemas in the place, so by the time everyone ...