Comfort Inn Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we haven't been to the doc yet, go in and have a little lunch and then start the clear liquid diet". Food was delicious - thanks for the tip.
Our pantry wasn't stocked for this type of liquid diet so stopped at the grocery store for lots of jello, broth and gatorade. We had a campfire after dinner but there was something missing......it just wasn't the same.
... and is still one of the busiest fire halls in Boston.
A great deal of Boston is built on landfill. Between the early 1600's and late 1800's Boston tripled its physical size. As they filled in a large square of water and marsh, they would decide on a theme and begin building. There is a block with a decidedly French theme, another pure Boston and yet another modern.
One of the many stops we ...
... the staff in the toll booths are. They always have a nice comment to make or say something so you're laughing as you hand over your money!
As we pack up each camp we are constantly checking with each other - antennae down? water heater off? propane off? windows closed? doors locked? Before we pull away we do a last walk around to make sure we haven't left anything behind. So far this trip we've only had ...
... hour flight and we had plenty on board to keep us entertained.
Looking back on the two weeks we spent traveling, we have hundreds of memories and special moments we will never forget. Our ordered list of favorites:
1) St. Andrews. The golf course, the serenity, the beach, the restaurants and shops- everything was just heaven.
2) Paris. The engagement, the Eiffel Tower, all ...
... off and returning with baskets of fresh popcorn. No idea where he got them from. Our Long Island Ice Tea was more like a Moscow Ice Tea, and finishing it put me o my ****. Drunk and full of English beans, I moved in to the next phase of my drunken persona, The Host. Running about mingling and talking to everyone, I didn't even need an opening line or question. Just say Hello in a bright and breezy Hugh Grant fashion, and they do the rest of the work for ...