BEST WESTERN University Hotel-Boston/Brighton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Microwave in room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
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... now bed and ate crisps and revelled in the joy of being inside.
This morning we are awake, drinking Starbucks and making
toast whilst we wait for our actual keys to be delivered. The Wi-Fi is shocking
and worked best standing in the kitchen, but that’s a minor issue at this
We are here, we are safe, and we have coffee. That’s all
Hayley and I care about anyway!
Time to start the day and explore the ...
... here to celebrate my show!
Thanksgiving break was such a welcome break. Things had been going at such a break neck speed that it was wonderful to be able to just sit and relax. I visited Amelia at College of St. Benedict and brought her home, saw my whole family for Thanksgiving dinner, saw all of my friends, went Black Friday shopping at MOA, and put up all of our Christmas decorations. I miss home, but it also made me realize how much I feel at home in Boston ...
... br> Highlights of our time in these two cities:
- Delicious breakfasts in Montreal, Waffles and Croissants !!
- Continued tripping over inanimate objects.
- Searching for vegetables for three days.
While we aren't as sad to be leaving Boston as we were Toronto, it is a lovely city and we have had a fabulous time visiting. But for now, off to visit the Big Apple, the concrete jungle where dreams are made, New York, New York!
Lots of love, J&A ...
... of Boston from the water. We were very surprised to see a real life Napoleon Dynamite on the boat with us. He looked to have a bit of an Oedipus type relationship, the way they were being intimate with their touching. It just wasn't right.
From there we got back on the trolley, continued with the next portion of our tour which bought us back to our hotel. Then it was washing ...
... until you pay, so John stayed with the car while I went inside for assistance. The attendant came out and told us to park at the end of a row (in a non-space). I told him we would be gone for two weeks, but he didn't seem to think that was a problem. He said that the lot has been jammed full ever since they lowered the parking fee. It used to cost $66 per week; now it's only $7 per day. I ...