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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Dining Solo in Boston
This isn’t a true “foodie piece.” I am in Boston for a couple of months for cancer treatment at Dana Farber and because of tummy side effects, my diet is limited. I read the menus and want everything. I’ve had fun looking and smelling but this won’t be a food review because I can’t taste it for you.
Grocery stores abound. The 24 hour Star Market is downstairs, both Trader Joes and ...
... and I was about to float Mary Poppins like across the roof of our hotel. Not wanting to return a damaged umbrella, after much serious juggling and wrestling with umbrellas and breakfast I arrived safely home. Wendy rushed to the door with open arms and heartfelt gratitude for my near death experience- well after I roused her from slumber that is!!! So eventually we set off to explore a bit more of Boston wrapped up in our impervious clothing. Previously, ...
... and I drove over to Salem and went on an evening tour about the Salem witch trials, we had a very entertaining guide. Didn't take too many photos apparently the ghosts break cameras. On Tuesday Morning I caught the T back to Boston Children's to visit the feeding and swallowing team. They are developing a new programme focused on weaning from feeding tubes. Its a behavioural approach. It's ...
... Boston’s oldest building in existence. Paul Revere purchased the house for 53 pounds and was living in it when he participated in the Boston Tea Party and his midnight ride. It was getting to be late in the afternoon and it was time to head to the Charles River to go on our Boston Tea Party Tour. It started at a town meeting with Mrs. Pitts and Samuel Adams who were organizing the boycott on the tax for tea. The tea had been sitting in ships on the harbor for ...
... and piers which extend out of boston and into the Charles river and Atlantic Ocean basin. This was possibly the nicest day we have had since October with both of us just in t-shirts and a single jumper, still with our coats but they weren't an absolute must like they have been !!! It was a great way to spend our final day in boston ...