BEST WESTERN University Hotel-Boston/Brighton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of those and spent a couple of hours reading my very fun Zombie choose your own adventure book. It’s like an adult version of a blast from the past (Jamie and Jinxy this is one you need to borrow when I get back!)
The next stop was Toronto. Me and Toronto liked each other initially. My first evening consisted of beer, nachos and hockey in a sports bar… what’s not to like?! The next day was ok too. Unfortunately it went a little downhill from ...
... packer of the group. However, as all good friends do he is humoring us all by bringing a bigger suitcase should any of us need a little extra room. He has made me green with envy over the years when reading the chronicles of his travels (i.e. Facebook) and I am looking forward to getting to know him better and sharing some pretty fantastic laughs and memories (and wine?) over the next few weeks.
... I really enjoyed it! It is based on a movie so you might know it. Yesterday we made the trek out to Watertown to see Assassins. It took us two trains and a bus to get there, but it was so worth it. The production was fantastic. If I can see this much theater every weekend, I would be a very happy Madison! I also got to catch up with Nuala, a mom from the dance studio. She got a little tour of campus, and I got treated to a great Italian dinner and cannolis ...
... After this the Mayflower ended up with 102 passengers. Half were the separatists who King James allowed to return to England from Leiden, Holland where they had taken refuge after he banished them. In the evening we returned to the Plantation cinema to join 5 others to watch Tracks in a lovely cinema. This was a story of Robyn Davidson who trekked 2000 miles across Australia with her dog and 4 camels, occasionally meeting up with a National Geographic cameraman to record the feat. ...
... it was to be another hour of walking into shops and simply feeling our blood sugar rise before walking out again. After hearing murmurings of a farmers market the day before, we then ventured to the other side of Boston, only to discover we had missed closing time by minutes. Instead of further searching, a dinner in Quincy Market was in order.
After several days on the go, a relaxed day was needed. We visited the shorelines of the Charles River and Josh proceeded to ...