Comfort Inn - Boston
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Confortable hotel a las afueras de Boston. Con parking y autobús a la estación de tren, y bien situado para visitar Cape Cod
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Antes del 19 de Abril de 1775 todo era distinto en las colonias de Inglaterra en América del Norte, la zona conocida como Nueva Inglaterra. Los colonos vivían bajo las leyes inglesas, rendían pleitesía al monarca del momento y estaban obligados (eso no ha cambiado a día de hoy) a pasar por el fisco. La tensión era alta …
... Imagine if they'd got it wrong."
A2: "Well, they didn't."
A1: "Yeah, but imagine if they did. Imagine if one of the lamps blew out or something."
A2: "Well I suppose America would have turned out more like Australia."
A1: "What, driving on the other side of the road?"
A2: "Well, I was thinking more along the lines of the Stars & Bars looking more like our flag."
A1: "What, with a Southern Cross?"
A2: "No, the Union Jack you **** stick."
... ul>First of all, the process of getting ANY sort of visa through the US government is a timely and tedious process. Heck, any process that requires the US gvmt is tedious and timely. My first mistake was waiting too long to look at all the requirements and understanding what all those requirements entailed. I received my acceptance letter near the end of June and was slated to go on a road trip home on the 1st of July. I accepted the letter and did what I thought was ...
Very overcast, warm and stormy. It's official a tornado touched down just 300 metres from where we were staying! So we are mass transiting today, for $2.10 (£1.24) per person per trip on the subway we can go where we want. Then we get our car from the airport, a Pathfinder! So a shopping trip at the prudential tower day to ease us down from yesterday's whales and this mornings weather. Went ...
... Massacre. From here Samuel Adams launched the Boston Tea Party on December 16, 1773 as a protest against the British Tea Tax.
As we continue along the trail, we passed a statue of Benjamin Franklin standing in front of the first site of the Latin School which was the first public school in America. Everywhere along the Freedom trail history was waiting to impress and educate the walkers of the trail. We passed more baseball fans before arriving at the Boston Commons, ...