Courtyard by Marriott Boston Stoughton
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Hot tub
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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Weeks on the Road: 20 weeks
Travel by Motorhome: 13,223km
Travel by Car: 6,065km
Total Travelled: 19,288km
States Visited: Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts,
Oh dear I'm getting behind on my blogs!! We are always on the move either in the motorhome, car or our poor tired feet!! I will attempt to catch up but we are off again in the morning so it may be short!!
Salem is mostly know for the ...
Today is our last port stop at Boston - a beautiful day. Boston - "The Cradle of Liberty" - is one of America's oldest cities where some of the most critical events of the American Revolution took place. The most important event (December 16, 1773) leading up to the American Revolution was the Boston Tea. We saw Old South Meeting House where the "Sons of Liberty" destroyed a whole shipment of tea in defiance of the British "Tea Act" which was to tax tea. ...
J was in charge of ordering breakfast this morning at Penn Station while we waited for our train..... I had had the 'honour' of trying to decipher the NYC breakfast speak the day before and today was his turn...... simple....? the plan was two portions of fried eggs with sausage..... but the result was a lot of pointing at the menu, glazed looks at the server and snatches of 'on a plate please....., hang on, wait a minute.... on a plate...the platter on a plate......' ...
... and although 30 degrees would usually seem very hot while at home, compared to the temperatures of the previous days, it felt like heaven.
The following day brought one of the unexpected highlights of the trip thus far. George had seen an advert for a "Boston Tea Party Experience" museum. If you didn't know, the Boston Tea Party was essentially one of the key signs of dissent shown by the Americans against the British, and is noted as a ...
... british, knowing we were the 'bad guys' at the time. We arrived literally in the nick of time to see the reenactment take place, they used replica guns and the sound of the shots were so load they made me jump out of my skin every time!
Massachusetts has been on my bucket list for a long time and one place I really wanted to visit was Salem! The Salem Witch trials occurred between 1692 and 1693. More than 200 people were accused of practicing witchcraft (the ...