Candlewood Suites Boston-Burlington
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... up to Boston park where a live performance of the Twelfth Night was being performed in the evening, we sat down to watch the warm up acts. Whilst eating our delicious Vietnamese baguettes.
Left the show just before Twelfth Night started catching the subway up to our hostel. Met up with ...
... other. We went into Paul Revere's house which was surprisingly large (compared to Oliver Cromwell's house in Ely UK). We visited the burial grounds including the Granary where Revere and significant others were buried. There were lots of school groups on excursion, usually with walking tour guides. The site of the Boston massacre is opposite our hotel. We finished our tour at the ...
... cheaper here compared to home. Most products show prices that are similar in US Dollars and Euros and as the economists among us will know, this means that I get quite the discount! ( 1 Euro = 1.356 US$ ).
Even though it was dark already when I got back to campus and the snowy buildings were beautifully lit, the night was still young! First it was time for a quick (pizza) dinner with the Aussies (I think it might be time to introduce you properly: Ciara, ...
... We certainly feel like we now know why America is not a tea drinking nation. New Brookes runners For Tony was next on the agenda, Rick lead us to a specialist shop, a little off the beaten track, which was well worth the effort. A short cab ride later we were at a boutique brewery, that not only served some great beers but accompanied them with enormous pretzels with various dips. Trattoria il Panino - recommended ...
... clearly annoyed by then and asked the stewardess when they would be turning out the lights. She answered that the lights would be dimmed after the duty free service came through. Much to our chagrin, the lights didn't go out until well after midnight, and were out for only a couple of hours before the breakfast service started. Yikes. So 2 hours of sleep, maybe, and we were up for the day. But we were in Dublin!!