Courtyard by Marriott Boston Milford
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... Beer. Surely there is no better way of seeing a city ......we cruised passed historic boat houses (similar to those on The Thames) and impressive cityscape. Our attention was soon drawn to the MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) buildings that spread out along the river. MIT is a leader in computer, electronic and nuclear technologies. It is noteworthy to mention we were accompanied by a "bevy" of Boston beauties on some sort of hen night one of which had ...
... much earlier and our professor let us off into the weekend.
I headed off for the Prudential Tower, had a beautiful view of Boston. I will admit though and I am being totally honest: I cannot read street maps. I kept walking in circles and was a bit confused. So I needed a bit longer to reach my destination. But as you can tell I found my way back. The map that I have is just to small and ...... excuses, excuses.
I hurried back through the Boston ...
... it hurt to put weight on it. *sigh* My capacity for hurting myself still surprises me sometimes.
By that point, I was also pretty hungry, so I limped back toward my hotel and ended up stopping at one of the restaurants next to it. The restaurant was a pretty fancy-looking place and they happened to have my favorite wine on the menu, so in deference to that, I ordered myself a glass of wine.
I don't think most of you ...
... is an adjective I haven't used yet I believe) burrito with chicken, rice, lettuce, tomatoes, sauces, and cheese? It was as spicy as Mel B. Absolutely everything has cheese on it here as well. It's great - unless you're vegan or lactose intolerant. To make matters worse, I returned to my room after a brief tour of Boston at night - beautiful, beautiful, beautiful, nothing wrong with Boston at all (except perhaps the notorious Paddy's Day madness that comes with ...
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