Crowne Plaza Hotel Boston - Natick
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... big flower gardens. It was a beautiful day and everyone was out and about relaxing on the grass and taking pictures. There are a few big ponds filled with ducks, geese and swans. All the animals in the garden, especially the squirrels, seem to be used to people and being fed and they all came right up to anyone who had food to offer. We had packed our lunch so we sat and ate a little enjoying the view and the people. It was nice to be in a big bustling city again! We decided ...
... one last hiccup before we reached the theatre. Having come out of the subway, we weren’t sure whether to turn left or right, thankfully a lovely New Yorker took pity on us and pointed us in the right direction. The show takes place in a dark room, with the dancers dressed in light suits that have neon lights attached to them. The lights turn on and off depending on what is happening – in one scene, a character was split in half, so using the lights ...
... were statues of a lion and unicorn as well as a British coat of arms, someone in the crowd climbed into the roof and threw the statues and coat of arms into a bonfire! In the restoration of the old state house Boston asked to have the other coat of arms that had once been inside the building returned to the State House. This second coat if arms has been taken by the royalists when they flees to Canada. The museum at the Old State House jokes that it is understandable why the ...
... really all sorts of food were served at Quincy Market. Both specialties from cuisines from all over the world, as well as American pizza and Starbucks were present. It is here that I ate my first pretzel, while Remco enjoyed his tuna bagel. When the rain started to disappear, I took the T back home and had a two-hour skype session with Kim, who is keeping me updated on the situation at the UCU campus. Then, after reading a few pages of The Butcher’s Crossing, I ...
... End is the Italian area) We actually kept on the Freedom trail but we were chatting so much I pretty much missed any historical knowledge I could have absorbed in this area.
We hit up Antico Forno for lunch (which Chris swore we had been to before with John & Kelly but we later confirmed that we had not) and then sampled yummy cannoli's from Modern Pastry. Steph let out the secret that they were filled with ricotta-cream-cheesyness ...