Copley Square Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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We arrived in Boston late last night and checked into the Copley Square Hotel... such a cute hotel with real character. We even got an upgrade! :-) The hotel breakfast was delicious.... omelettes and eggs and potatoes.... yummmmm. Our first proper hotel breakfast of the trip! We then did a lap on the Trolley tour, a hop on hop off bus.... Boston is …
OK..so I was sobbing when I left my family this morning. Mila got up and said goodbye..throwing me kisses while driving away. Talk about tugging at my heart strings... And every time I thought about my family , the tears started. Needless to say, it was a tough goodbye. So now I will be back in the box of 'Skyping' with them. Not sure when I will return..thinking of Xmas 2016 since I don't want to do summer again...altho the A/C was really nice in such ...
... the Boston Marathon ends (marked with a statue of a Tortoise and a Hare) and also to spot where the Boston Marathon Bombings were a couple of years ago. We were fortunate enough to have a tour of Harvard University early on July 4. Following on, we went on to a Boston Red Socks game at Fenway Park. Fenway Park is the oldest ball park in the US, so it was a fantastic experience. The Red Socks won 5-0 to Houston Astro, so the mood after the game was ...
Left New York on another warm and lovely day and pitched up at Penn Station for our Amtrak train to Boston. A friend of ours told me before we left that he had travelled across America on AMTRAK and realised why anyone with sense and money would ever go by train- I now see where he is coming from but still glad that we are doing our two epic rail journeys.
We were novices and it showed. We had four booked coach seats so when the ...
... A couple final comments on Giacomos, the take cash only and there are no substitutions to their menu. After dinner we returned to Mikes Pastry, home to great cannolis, cream puffs, and more. We filled a box to take back to our hotel room to be sampled. Grace loved the cream puff and Lauralee and I loved the "lobster tail" - a puff pastry filled with a ricotta/whipped cream mixture. The road trip is done, the course is done, now to just relax on our final day in ...