Courtyard by Marriott Boston Milford
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... No matter, the rolls looks good and so does the Chowda. These are made with the classic brioche rolls so Erin is very happy. Meg decides to try the lobster bisque..why not. Goutman goes for soba noodles and a tiger roll. Very impressive everything was cooked/made to order. We're all happy with our meals. Tomorrow it's Back to work for Meg so we call it an evening. Erin, nice to have you with us for the whole day, welcome ...
To finish our time in NYC this morning we headed to the Rockefeller centre as we finally got a clear day to head up to the top of the rock! Incredible views from the top, particularly liked looking over Central Park which just highlights how amazing Central Park is when surrounded by skyscrapers! Definitely overpriced though considering you aren't up there for very long, but I guess it's a must when in New York. Around 10.15am ...
... protest the taxes imposed on the colonies. Today it houses the Boston National Historic Parks information centre & varies market stalls.
We visited the Holocaust Memorial, a glass tunnel inscribed with 6 million random numbers - it was very moving to think about all men, women & children it represents. It is a masterful design without lots of words, the numbers say it ...
Very overcast, warm and stormy. It's official a tornado touched down just 300 metres from where we were staying!
So we are mass transiting today, for $2.10 (£1.24) per person per trip on the subway we can go where we want. Then we get our car from the airport, a Pathfinder! So a shopping trip at the prudential tower day to ease us down from yesterday's whales and this mornings weather.
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Boston is sometimes called the Athens of America for its
prominence beyond its size in the arts, and the Boston Museum of Fine Arts is
an especially large art collection. I’ve now visited a few times over the years
and it seems to have a new wing or expansion each time I’m there, the latest being