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 ...
... an effect which keeps the eye moving and makes it look as though the shapes on the quilts themselves are moving. Another technique which I thought was very cute is a German technique known as 'scherenschnitte', this is the German for 'Scissor snipping' it is the same principle as when you fold and like cut paper to make paper snow flakes! I left the museum after i had seen the special exhibition; but didn't get to spend as much time in the last two rooms because I was aware ...
... it soon became apparent this was not going to be a comfy flight. I was squashed up against the window and Ian just squeezed into his seat. He spent the next 5 hours sleeping on and off. I think I got about an hour total. On landing, we headed for the taxi's and then on to the hotel.
When booking hotels online, I tried to pick cheap and near public transport. The Super 8 in Watertown was great. It looked like a seedy area but the ...
... reception informs us that our room has been 'reassigned’ to a room with a view as we are here for three nights; however it is not ready til after 3pm. This is fine, it gives us chance to reccee the local area, grab a bite for lunch and enjoy the sunshine in the Public Garden for a little while.
We return to the car by 3pm, unpack everything (trying to shoehorn everything in the trunk into our suitcases) and check in to our hotel. We’re ...
"I'm a sailor peg and I lost my leg. I climbed the topsails. I lost my leg. I'm shipping up to Boston. (woah oh oh)." [Dropkick Murphys, 2005]
I stayed with an English couple in Boston. I had a cup of tea and a biscuit when I arrived.
Here is what I learned in Boston:
- Lobsters look ridiculous but taste fantastic.
- Baseball is ...