Best Western Framingham
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Boston - by Philadelphia there was no sign of snow on the ground anywhere.
Crossed the Hudson River on the impressive George Washington Bridge in the sunshine with the Manhattan skyline off to my left.
Overnighted just south of Washington and spent the next morning on a guided tour of the Civil War battlefield at Manassas. There were actually two major battles here during the war and the Confederacy won them both - only 26 ...
... I had brought.
The group met again in early afternoon for a walking tour. We strolled through Little Italy of the North End with its cobblestone streets and ...
... morning thanks to jet lag so Eric sussed an excellent coffee shop and we were there when they opened their doors at 7am. We decided to tackle the 3 mile Freedom Trail - walking with a guide book. Cameron walked nearly all of it and back again with only a few shoulder rides, we were very impressed. The Freedom trail covers all the main sights in Boston related to the revolution that led to the independence of America from Britain. ...
... names, and I found out that his name was Bob. One of his friends was also from Wisconsin (and a former student) and named Richard. The last of their party was named Lawrence, and he was, quite obviously, from Scotland. By 'quite obviously', I mean that he was wearing a Scottish woolen cap (I believe it is called a glengarry, but don't quote me on that) and a t-shirt that said Scotland on it.
Also, he kept calling me 'lass'. I don't think I've felt ...