Candlewood Suites Boston-Burlington
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... Great planning.
So now my roommate and I are in our rooms going through our parts of the presentation and I'm hoping that it all works out fine. Our group is the last of four to present. It did make me nervous to hear him say: "If you don't get it right, right from the beginning, I'm going to have to give you a D or a D-" Gulp.
Tonight dinner is Triscuits and cranberry juice. The life of a student.
... That poor guy worked his butt off to get us uphill and more than earned his tip. Then we headed back towards the hotel. As we approached it, we decided to head down to the nearest mall to get me a pair of sneakers. Ian got talking to a security guard. That man could find someone to talk to in a desert. It was a relief to get back to the hotel and go to bed that night.
The next morning, after a free breakfast at the hotel, we headed ...
... Hotel 140, I bravely admit to the CPK server that the ordered bacon accompaniment has not materialised. He immediately returns with a dish of bacon. Happy me. Mr Fletche and I feel that our 'healthy’ meal should be completed with a huge slice of Red Velvet Cheesecake to share.
We return to our tiny room with no view. Alarms are set for tomorrow…Duck Tour (Quack Quack!) and Freedom Trail. And more Guinness?
... and Boston Strong, and climate change. It's a really nice square.
I headed north past more shops and under the imposing Washington on horseback into the public garden. There wasn't a cloud in the sky, and I spent a glorious half hour strolling around the immaculately sculpted flower beds and past the Pocahontas willows and swan boats on the lake. Buildings just peep over the treeline, but Boston is great at finding space for these tranquil green patches in ...
... and below ground levels of the library are built under this area.
After the tour we wondered around Harvard Square. This is a community of streets, just like a small township that services the university. Prices were good, so Allan decided to stop in for a haircut at a local barber ($15) and we had a healthy lunch at an innovative eatery called Clover. You can check out more at their website www.cloverfoodlab.com
In the afternoon ...