Nantasket Beach Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... a meaningful place. After a restful night's sleep in Hull, I made my way down to Hingham harbor, 20 minutes west of Hull on the penninsula. The ferry was scheduled to leave at noon, and I had to run from my car, put money in the parking box, and sprint onto the boat. I learned that one toot from the boat horn means one minute before departure, and three toots means departure time. Lucky, I made it just before the toots did ...
... the North End! Tomorrow, I'll be exploring all the delicious restaurants in the North End, but today's schedule was already booked. As I was driving into town yesterday, Aunty Linda texted me, asking if I would like to go to a Red Sox game. Her niece scored some tickets from her coworker, and I happily obliged! I had never been to Fenway, and was going to scalp tickets to the game anyway. Score! Fenway was ...
... by red and white flags. The White were people who were killed by guns in Boston this year and the Red were wounded by guns. The photo is on my Facebook, the saddest thing is though that is only a FEW flags in the picture. The actual front yard was littered in red and white flags. Next place was Quincy Market, so many stalls and FOOD! They had another Cheers restaurant which I contemplated but decided to explore the food strip. Curries, seafood, ...
... to Harvard". Arriving at the subway stop at Harvard Square we were suprised to see the entry was right in front of us, it really is the heart of the town. After our very full day we decided to head back to the hotel for a much deserved rest. Later that evening we headed just down the road from our hotel for dinner where we tried the famous Boston Clam Chowder. By this stage the jet lag was really starting to sent in so we decided to call it (an early) ...
... which had done surprisingly well since the Pilgirms arrived - and a rock with the 1620 date inscribed in it (probably by Pilgrims). There was lots of other old relics to go and look at, which the Pilgrims had set up. There was the first school. The first shop. The first Dunkin' Donuts. A whole host of things the Pilgrims did for the town which more than justified their names on everything.
We decided that the best thing ...