Courtyard By Marriott Woburn Boston North
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... a tour of Harvard University. We actually missed the start of the tour, including the bit where you pay, but tagged along with them part way through! Still, we did tip well. Then back to Boston and a stroll down Newbury Sreet. This is the nice street with all the big name stores and nice restaurants. Must admit though that after nearly 10 hours of carrying half of Abercrombie & Fitch's stock all round Boston, I ...
... 160;I love happy, calm people:) She had amazing children and she and Doug seem to enjoy being with one another. We have known each other since 1979 or 1980.... quite awhile. When we were at Mayas classroom the other day I pointed out to Kim Baumann that our class had a lot of tall girls starting in 5th grade or so. Amy Nevin, myself, Steph Treadway, Jennifer Hargreaves... Never theless, yes...I have known Toni and the Hollow gang ...
... we weren't going to get any sleep. Which we didn't, too hot too cold, loud noises, the weirdest place ever. One review even compared it to a perfect setting for a horror movie! Not wanting to stay here any longer we walked round the corner 'stephis', a restaurant. I got a burger which was far too big so barely ate any of it but was delicious. Quite late by this point we headed back to our cells and went to sleep, tried to ...
Amtrak. Amazing. Comfortable, roomy, smooth and just so very different to even the best UK can offer in intercity.
And the view! My 160 train hugged the Long Island sound coastline before moving through Connecticut, Rhode Island and finally Massachusetts. Through towns, through the country and over water inlets, rivers and bridges.
Just under 4 hours of watching the States go by.
... in 1636 and where the Boston marathon finishes. Boston is now known for its medical research and has a Museum of Science. As our tour was finished before lunch, we hopped on the Boston Duck, toured the town again then splashed into the Charles River in our amphibious landing vehicle and got skyline views of Boston and Cambridge. Of course we had to have some New England Clam Chowder, a Bostonian institution, before heading back to the ship.