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 ...
... the line; whereapon we got off had a brief (very brief) look around and then got on the bus back again. The neighbourhood was a bit different and we didn't feel very comfortable hanging around there. Some woman with a megaphone was shouting or protesting about something, but we couldn't understand what she was saying. We got off the bus in Chinatown, and had lunch at a restaurant where there were lots of Asian ...
... to go on a Harvard tour. On route we walked through the Boston Public Gardens again and went to see the bronze statues of the ducklings from the famous book “Make Way for Ducklings”. It’s a children’s picture book about a pair of mallards who decide to raise their family on an island in the lagoon in Boston Public Gardens. It is said the ducks never need professional polishing because children sit on ...
... our name yet, like they did once at CDeG Paris (that's another story). Disaster! Marina & I failed the X-Ray and had to go through the dreaded body scanner. Was is true they could see your bits? I didn't care and got on with it. We were done. But it was 7:20, we would have to run. No time for Marina to put her trainers back on she would run to the Gate carrying them. Then we realised we needed to get the driverless train to the next set of gates. Good news ...
... charger, glasses, phone, baby wipes and a whole lot of other **** into a rucksack is never ever easy. Even for a man.
Green Tortoise Rule Number 2: You will ALWAYS forget a key item in your day pack. Man up and deal with it.
After introducing ourselves and making chit chat we fell into that easy but not so easy state of, we have a five hour drive in front of us, what do we do? Well, obviously the thing to do was to start reading my fascinating book about ...