Courtyard by Marriott Andover
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... and all of the rich history of this city that at one time in the 1700's was the second largest in the English speaking world.
Karen was rather surprised when the duck vehicle entered the Charles River as she was expecting to have to change into a proper boat. The views from the water were spectacular.
After the tour we headed back towards the Quincy Market area as there were a couple of old sites we wanted to see and there was a lot of action in ...
... and told us to head down the hall and go into the last door on our left. This would have been fine and totally not scary, had he not already checked some other people's passports and let them straight back onto the bus.
We got to the room down the hall and it seemed to be the main border crossing facility. Our passports got put in a pile and we waited, as one by one all the other people from our group were told to come down to the same room as us. ...
... I still had plans to ride Gidget, go to the beauty salon, visit some friends, and go to Kaff’s house the day before I left. Oh, and pack. I also hadn’t packed until right before I left. Very unlike me. I’m usually packed two weeks in advance. So when I say ‘Watch this space and see where I end up’ I really freaking mean it. All I know is it’ll be places I haven’t been ...
... the end, we were screaming out chants like "De-fence!" and "Let's go Celtics!" Monday 31 March This morning we woke to wind and rain lashing our hotel room window but that wasn't going to stop us from finishing the Freedom Trail. We layered up and found a yummy bagel shop on the way to the train station. We got off near the North End and picked up where we left off the day before. The North End is gorgeous with narrow cobble-stoned streets. We saw the oldest wooden structure in ...
... you back about US$60 000...a year in fees alone. Along the way learnt some history, saw some great Boston sights, and generally enjoyed Boston. Quite a different feel to New York City. And thats it for the day. Early mark, more italian food.....no TV, will watch YouTube instead. More sight seeing tomorrow. Oh..trivia..... Did you know that there are 85 ....yes...85 Dunkin Donuts locations in Boston alone? Doesn't say much for their taste in coffee nor donuts does it ...