Crowne Plaza Boston Woburn
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... lodge. This always includes beer, wine and an hors d’oeuvre of the day. Dinner is served at 6pm each night and alternates between a more formal, waiter served dinner with three courses or a more casual buffet style dinner. Tonight was a formal dinner and I had a salad with blue cheese dressing for the appetizer, meatballs in tomato sauce and served with grits for the main course and the blueberry cornmeal skillet cake with creme fraiche ...
... This is definitely a town that's on my list to come back to and explore when I'm not being shuttled between airport, hotel and cruise terminal. Twenty four hours amounts to being here just mere seconds with all there is to see. Top of my list for a legitimate visit will be the Museum of Fine Arts, a city tour, and so many of the historical sites bean town has to offer. Until next time ...
... thing. The group that does it is called NU Stage and they do other events as well. They put on a cabaret a couple weekends ago that was super cool and a very fun opportunity for me to explore in the future. They also hosted a karaoke night this past week which was a great bonding activity. All of the freshman got up and sang "Wrecking Ball" together. If you don't bond over that, you aren't ever going to bond. ;)
As I wrap up this post, I just wanted ...
Left New York Saturday lunchtime and took 4 hour train trip to Boston passing through Connecticut, Rhode Island and Providence. Spent all this time talking and sharing stories with a couple from Indianapolis who are in the process of moving to Virginia for work. They were going to Boston for him to attend a company conference. He is the CEO of a large Pharmacy Group throughout USA. They invited us to have dinner with them ...
... the biggest problem that I had in Boston. It seemed like everything there was pub food or fish/chip shops. There was not a lot of variety or at least in downtown. We sat down at a restaurant called Dick's and the waiter came up slammed the silverware on the table and said we have a reputation here of being dick's. Claire said she could handle it since she is English, but he continued on. I asked him if I could have a steak and he said no, then I ...