Candlewood Suites - Boston Braintree
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We all slept well after our rainy day adventures. Ian picked up Dave and I, then we headed to see his home. Lovely 2 bedroom apartment with a great view over open fields and a beautiful church. Claire and son, Callum, joined us for a trip to Finchingfield. Callum went armed with bread to feed the ducks. We wandered around this quaint little town including a short walk up to the windmill. Apparently this place is very popular with the locals for chilling. The Tour de ...
... abodes of revolutionists, graveyards and historic warships such as the USS Constitutional which is a currently commissioned warship from the War of Independence open for tours. Feeling educated on American history it was time to watch the World Cup and begin our night out in Boston. I was surprised how many Bostonians were into the football- it seems to have really gripped them with ...
... all into perspective". Did I follow through with this plan? No. But I'm always looking for ways to feel as if I am traveling even when I am not able to leave my general area.
School groups with eager young faces and color coded t-shirts flooded the terminal. I stood in line to check in, along with several other Portuguese families. I stood behind a girl who loved saying her sister’s name: "Beatriz!" ...
Boston seems to have it all - sea shore, top universities, sweet neighborhoods. And people of Boston know it - everywhere you can spot proud joggers with logos of their universities or simply with "Boston" on their T-shirts. It really seems like a nice city to live in, but after having seen the West Coast of the USA I now know that it's not as laid-back as for example Californian university cities. But still, it has something very likeable :-) ...
... trip, so when camp was over we said our goodbyes to those who weren’t rafting and we piled into the car and started driving the 2 hours or so to a place called Three Rivers. We got there, pitched our tent (was supposed to sleep 3 but ended up “sleeping” 8) in the camping ground and hung around until the next morning. We got up at 6 mainly because being in that tent suuuuuucked and had our first non-camp meal ($7 breakfast buffet and ...