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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... all the surrounding area, it was very forested and the campsites were lovely. The peninsula is quite narrow and has lots of lakes (there were about six lakes just in the park) and access to very good beaches. We explored the area including the National Seashore, Provincetown (extremely busy seaside town), Hyannis (where JFK's museum is located), Marconi Station site where the first telegraph message was sent to England, and the unique Highland house and lighthouse. We stayed ...
... map. We then kept walking and came across the most magnificent church built in the late 1700. In the park next to this church was a grand piano with a young man playing & a tip jar off to the side. Many people were listening. Only in the USA.
There were these rows of unusual lavender plants they look so pretty.
There are some lovely buildings around Boston. Nearby was an Australian Ugg Boot Store. We look forward to exploring ...
... popular choice by the locals we spoke to who thought that it would have been better to move it back to Saturday to make it easier for people to get into the city - they reckon the politicians moved it forward rather than back coz they're all going away for the holiday weekend). Anyway after dropping off the clean clothes at the hotel we walked down to The Esplanade, a green area alongside the Charles River, where people were setting up for the show. Our walk took us ...
... a friend I use to work with in Sutherland Hospital who has moved over to Boston because of her husbands work. It was great to catch up with her and hear about all the great things she had done since being in Boston and what her new adventures will be in the next six months. We meet up at the Cheers Bar for a beer and some hot fries. What a great way to end the afternoon. I unfortunately didn't have much time to stay and chat has I had to find my way to the TD stadium to watch the ...
... of a couple of things and then declared we were on the Oxford St of Sydney. Lots of bars, gays and a great atmosphere. Love it already. Went for a walk just after getting a great run down from the B&B manager, James, and found ourselves at a great Bistro, Five Horses, where we got a great meal and a good selection of beer and wine. Ah Bwoston, y'awl ain't no Texas! Today (Tuesday) we organised a tour of the battlefields in the fight for American Independence ...