Courtyard Boston Danvers
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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... is located really close to the Ferry so it our first stop, it has a lovely old domed roof beautifully preserved inside. The large Market is a busy tourist attraction but locals shop there too. It has a mixture of fast food & restaurants, crafts and a wide variety of stores to wander around.
Faneuil Hall built in 1742 was Bostons first wholesale marketplace. It was also where meetings were ...
... the heat drove us to a rendezvous with the bar for drinks first and getting a plan for the post sub aqua activity. We decided that the next stop would be the Faneuil Hall Market. this was the area we were told was the place to go and shop, eat and wander around with lots to see.
Meg led the charge with visits to various outlets in the area. One of the three markets there is Quincy market and is famous for its food and did ...
... north and west, its elegant brick mansions and row houses making up one of Boston’s poshest neighborhoods. Although not officially on the Freedom Trail, a separate Black Heritage Trail weaves its way through Beacon Hill, the neighborhood having had a large population of free Blacks and been a center of the abolitionist movement in the decades preceding the Civil War. I was there late in the day after the sites had closed, but the neighborhood is still lovely to walk ...
... Club. Since the dress code was 'Business-casual’, Karel and I dressed up and did our best to maintain our casual attitude, which was quite hard seeing as we were at one of the fanciest places I had ever seen, surrounded by staff and important people. Upon entering, we received a nametag and a glass of champagne and were guided into the main area. Here, foods such as bitterballen, haring, saucijzenbroodjes and kaasblokjes were served while ...
... you say? I know Mbeya's city layout like BackpackerGirl352's unfortunate experience waiting at the dusty bus station with several cd vendors. And man does that waterfall look high from this scary YouTube perspective!
However as my planning rumbled along, it started to become apparent that the internet couldn't quite give me all of the necessary and practical steps that I was in need of. I was able to identify ...