Copley Square Hotel
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Arrived after 36 hours of travelling, a little tired but good!!! Flights were good! First day in Boston tomorrow!!! ----------------------------------- Am checked in and at the gate about to board! Have done really well suit case is only half full!!! Lots of shopping to come! Talk to you all on the other side of the world! I'm leaving on a jet plane!! Xx
Here I am at the Copley Square Hotel.
... forward to. The bus took us to NYC in less than 4 hours, of which half was spent sleeping and half was spent having an M&M breakfast or dreamily looking outside. Upon arrival we figured out how to get on the subway and off we were to our hostel, Marrakech, on 2688 Broadway. Manhattan is amazingly structured. The vertical avenues and the horizontal streets make finding your way around the subway and the city a lot easier. Once we got rid of our bags in the beautifully ...
... cemetery was the final resting place of many of the ‘Sons of Liberty’, as well as the victims of the Boston Massacre. Number 5 is King’s Chapel and its adjacent burying ground. The trail then took me along the first public school where a huge bronze statue of Benjamin Franklin rises outside the Old City Hall. The next one on the list is the Old Corner Bookstore, a cute little brick building which was a literary and ...
... With vip tickets in hand we skipped the 60 thousand strong queues and entered the gigantic Gillette Stadium! The atmosphere was already electrifying as the national anthem was being sung and it was only seconds before kick-off. We found our seats just as the game commenced, the roar of the crowd was deafening and although I had no idea what was going on I had a grin from ear to ear! Before every defensive play by the Patriots the numerous LED screens around the stadium ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center