Country Inn & Suites Brockton
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... goslings holding up traffic..
After battling the intricacies if the T rail ticketing machine we managed to get on the right train into the city of Boston.. soo different from Manhattan... winding city streets and loads of tourist transport trolly cars.
The pavements even have strips of coloured bricks in them for tourists to follow along the many predesignated historical walks..
We did loads of ...
... end to the monument on a hill Breen a Hill which is where the battle was actually fought as it was one hill closer to the harbour from which the British empowered coming ,Bunker Hill is just behind with house on it . Got a great view of the city from the hill and even better one after climbing the 295 steps to the top of the every narrowing spiral staircase .Ohhhhhh am I unfitt . Walked back To the trolly ...
... one I will. Still walked again down the street and back up. By now I was tired so back to the hotel for a rest and coffee. Oh, called housekeeping and the coffee percolator was broken, so she brought up another one - happy as I like my coffee in the morning even though it is percolated, better than nothing, Decided to eat at Hillstone Restaurant and booked online for 6.30pm. Glad we did as this was a great place to eat, very comfortable and great food and wine. Cost $115.00 including ...
Thought we were packed and ready for an early fall trip and nice crisp weather. Turns out, South Dakota and eastern Wyoming are in the middle of a heat wave that has actually canceled school in some communities while Yellowstone and the Tetons are seeing nighttime temps in the 30's. Guess we'll be repacking ...
... be older, down on their luck ladies. I later found out that the place was a former YMCA, and was in the process of transitioning from being a women's shelter. Heading up to my room with trepidation, I stepped out of the boiling elevator, so slow I began to wonder if it was working properly...and when I arrived I fancied it was because even it didn't want to be on the room levels. I began perspiring as soon as the elevator doors had closed, and continued to as I stepped into ...