BEST WESTERN University Hotel-Boston/Brighton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... of America. It was very well done. After we had coffee and shared a piece of this Boston Cream Pie we have heard so much about. It was quite nice. We continued on walking the streets of Boston which enables you to see so much. Phillip says he could live in this city. We went for an hour harbour cruise which was very relaxing. We walked through the main streets of Boston and then had an early tea. We came back to the hotel about 6pm to rest our weary ...
... include a visit there. The train also took us through Rhode Island and Massachusetts, which was also lovely. The train was a great way to travel and to see things.
After arriving in Boston, our first task was to make our way downtown to collect a car for our first driving adventure. After a quick 15 to 20 minute walk, we found the Alamo Office and took collection of our car, a Chrysler 200 (which probably equates to the size of ...
... part to learn a bit about the local history.
Now acquainted with the Freedom Trail, we started to follow it, which is made easy by much of the route being marked by a line of red pavement bricks. We detoured a little and our first proper stop was the Granary Burial Ground, resting place of Paul Revere, John Hancock and Samuel Adams. As we walked around, reading plaques and headstones, a number of groups were being educated by tour guides ...
So, after all our combined years of work and hectic daily schedules, we are on our way to a different type of life, at least for a month, but hopefully for our remaining years. We each read Chris Brady's "A Month of Italy" and plan to live by its philosophy: to let go, to appreciate little things, and to use travel as a means to reinvigorate and connect, both with each other, and with others we meet along our ...
"And the Seasons, They Are A Changin." Autumn has turned to early winter. Yesterday, Boston was cold, windy & pouring rain. Today we even saw snow flurries. Daylight Savings Time has ended & today, the sun set at 5:00 PM. Luckily, Boston is rich with attractions and distractions both indoors and out. To see some of what I've been doing, just click through my Iphone photos posted here. I can hardly believe that I have completed six weeks of my radiation protocol already. ...