Bedford Plaza Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... my instructor knows how I ski and knows how I’m likely to react to certain conditions or challenges so we don’t have to spend time reinventing the wheel. So, while I’m now looking forward to getting to ski lots in Vermont for the rest of the season in addition to a couple other western trips, I’m already planning and looking forward to my 10th anniversary trip to Steamboat next year!
Whoops! Somehow dates are out. Today is Tuesday. Walked from our hotel (Midtown) to Symphony Hall just 5 mins away for a great concert with the BSO. Symphony Hall was built around 1900 and is the permanent of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. It has a very high ceiling and very old seats with ...
... took off on a great tour through the mountains including a few walks and a definite growl - bear or moose -more likely moose on the track to a super waterfall. Oct 8 A drive Gorham to Stowe in Vermont. Harry drives for the first time stepping down from the navigation role and we do more stopping -not just photos but old barns and now adding covered bridges having started on this yesterday. Actually, lots more photos. Supermarket for regular food and a night in. Oct 9 Lots of ...
... called Boylston! On the Saturday, Haein showed me around some of Boston. We walked around Boston commons, Boston park and gardens which were really nice and located in the heart of the city. We also walked to Fenway park, home of the Boston Red Sox baseball team and through Newbury which is full of shops and restaurants. We then headed back to base and started drinking. Haein's friends university football team ...
... parks, and even a protest in the street with lots of police watching guard. Ended up in a huge complex of shops and a very nice information desk guy gave us lots of advice on where to go and what to see around Boston. On to more info desks, and ended up with loads of pamphlets and a better idea of what we might do with our time here. We saw crowds lined up for the duck tours....on old army ducks. Found a huge supermarket and bought bread rolls, butter, a cooked chook, ...