Best Western Adams Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... along Boston’s Freedom Trail. We walked along the waterfront toward the Bridge that would cross the Charles River and leave us in Charlestown, a suburb of Boston. Of the two bridges that cross the Charles River, we would cross the older bridge as it was the closest to the trail that we wanted to travel. Just before we crossed the river we passed by the Boston Garden, the arena built in 1995 is the home to the Boston Bruins (NHL) and the Boston Celtics (NBA). But our ...
... dedication to service was passed from generation to generation of their descendants. I'm so impressed with the women in this family...they were unbelievably intelligent, capable, strong and it seems most of their contemporaries genuinely liked and respected them.
We took a National Parks tour of their birthplaces as well as four of their homes. The birthplaces are ...
The morning started with beginning the clean up of my apartment. It was expected to be left clean and no damages or it would cost me 150€. I started gathering things to pack. After about an hour, even though I was not finished packing I figured this was starting to waste my final day. So I prepared for leaving and popped into a nearby establishment for cafe until noon. At noon I was supposed to meet my Bosnian friend at Hotel de Ville, then for 3pm, I arranged to meet ...
The waiting game.. Still 4 hours before I leave for the airport and then a few hours after that before my plane takes off.
I'm all packed except for a couple of electronics. Downloading a couple movies onto my IPad. The Kindle is loaded with books. Camera batteries are all charged up. Last load of laundry is done.
I'm ready to go.. Just need to wait a little bit ...
... our trolley. We took advantage of the time waiting for pick up at the trolley stop on Beacon Street to admire the Massachusetts State House (you have to love a town where a building from 1795 is considered "new") and the impactful Shaw Memorial, dedicated to the 54th Massachusetts Colored Regiment - the first American army unit made up of free black African American soldiers who fought in the Civil War. Their story was told in the ...