Best Western TLC Hotel
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... it soon became apparent this was not going to be a comfy flight. I was squashed up against the window and Ian just squeezed into his seat. He spent the next 5 hours sleeping on and off. I think I got about an hour total. On landing, we headed for the taxi's and then on to the hotel.
When booking hotels online, I tried to pick cheap and near public transport. The Super 8 in Watertown was great. It looked like a seedy area but the ...
... students. They explored scientific concepts all afternoon which ended in an amazing electrical show highlighting how lightning conducts itself through various materials.
We are heading to Fenway tonight for one of the all time highlights of every Boston trip. We hope that the Sox beat the Reds!
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... it, but failed to find a restaurant to suit each of us. Angie was tired, and so decided to go back and chill in a hot bath. Julie, Sandy and I ended up going for a Tex-Mex instead. On the way back from North Station, after Salem, we called into a proper Italian Deli, and bakery. I wanted my cannoli :O) I bought two: a peanut butter cannoli, and a chocolate mousse one. They ...
... me a dumb ass for not memorising the wiring map of the camper, and then introducing me to a new invention just marketed in America called lubricant…he said using it might be an idea we could try. I asked him what position he held in the Company and he replied he was the company *******. I felt that my reflection that he was over qualified for the job was game set and match.
All squeaks and leaks attended to and we were off to a place called Sioux City, ...
... as our apartment in New York doesn't have laundry and we were fairly desperate for fresh clothes!
After this, we decided to head out to have a little investigate of the area we were staying in. We didn't really have long enough to head into the city centre, so we walked around until we found a lovely little restaurant called Jeffrey's, run by a gay man in honour of his late partner of the same name. The steak we had was really good, although ...