BEST WESTERN University Hotel-Boston/Brighton
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Travel Blogs from Boston
... was that Britain was taxing all the tea coming into the colony, and the colonialists didnt like it as they had no representation in the British parliament.
The Boston Tea Party (initially referred to by John Adams as "the Destruction of the Tea in Boston"
... first time I tried it), I imagine it would taste better when hot and not slobbered in mayonnaise! I have had crab before and quite liked that... I preferred that to the lobster! The chowder was something else though! It was like eating white sauce with clams and potatoes- rich as it comes but something else altogether! On a miserable and cold, wet day it was just the ticket! I was sorry to leave so many cakes and cookies behind but I headed back to the hostel to warm up and sleep on a full ...
... Bay station. After a snoozie 4hr train ride we arrive in a wet New York City. The challenge now was to find our hotel in the rain... As luck would have it, we were only 2 blocks away! By the time we got to our hotel we were ready for dinner and a drink so we crossed the road to our new 'local' and warmed up with a Shepherds Pie for Tim and a lamb stew for Sarah all washed down with a couple of glasses of very nice Shiraz!! Bed ...
... the 'Boston Massace' on the spot where it had happened.
We watched, with a good few hundred Bostonians as volunteers with varying levels of acting proficiency re-enacted the events of March 5th 177 - in which some angry Bostonians shouted and threw stuff at some Angry Red coats who shouted back and then did some shooting. The crowd were encouraged ...
... that did not escape me, when I checked out the next morning the staff handed me a card with a link asking me to write a review, because they hadn't been getting much positive feedback what with the heat and all. Were they serious?! I know I was brought up by the adage, "got nothing nice to say, say nothing at all." However, did I feel a moral obligation to at least warn other hapless travellers of my experience? You better believe it! 40 Berkeley, Boston. Don't do it! s'al I'm sayin'. New York here I ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking