Doubletree By Hilton Boston Milford
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- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Indoor pool
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... sunbathing and going in the pool! It was more like the Caribbean than Boston in mid-October! We left port at 6pm and had a beautiful sail away through the harbor and islands with an amazing sunset. We went right passed Logan and had planes literally going overhead as we were right at the end of the runway! Bar Harbor ...
... kept us going in circles due to Sharon's mistake in thinking that the ocean was west!! Finally...found Manuel. Yeah..let the English lessons begin. (Manuel is husband of Reyes who was an exchange student & lived with us 17 years ago.). Manuel will be with us til Jan 1 for the purpose of improving his ...
... with the traffic.
Checked into our hotel around lunch time, grabbed a sandwich and went for a 1 hour walk along the waterfront to the Museum of Science where our Duck Tour was leaving.
These Duck Tours are insanely popular with 28 of the amphibious vehicles operating at one time, so no ducking waiting around for us. The tour took in all of the major sites like Boston Common, Boston Public Garden, Beacon Hill, West End, North End, Bunker Hill, ...
... 3 mill you can easily live here! I can't imagine the huge snow falls during the winter months but it would be spectacular and bloody cold although everyone still heads out but must look like eskimo's! This old historical city is unbelievable so many things we didn't even get to see in two days and therefore at sometime in the future we'll be back! Off to New York now, so the craziness begins, look out Trace your in for a ...
... up and away from the face... I am very glad that we have advanced to hair tied now though; it looked like just a bit to much effort first thing in the morning! The next thing which caught my attention was a broach and earrings made of taxidermied hummingbirds with rubies for eyes! Victorian England obsessed with the exotic and saw these as an appropriate gift for those mourning a loved one as hummingbirds were known: associated with being a 'stopper of time' representing death ...