Doubletree Hotel Boston/Bedford Glen
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... We theorize, like in Irvine, you can just keep driving and eventually the random paths will converge where you want it to be. We were right.
We get to the dorm, I like it. From the outside, it looks like a lower end Hogwarts. Nice brick building with lots of peaks and pointed roofs. Actually that is where the similarities end. I guess it does not really look like Hogwarts at all.
... friendly, trendy it would be. I give it 9/10, the one missing because of the weather :) I am now on the way to Philadelphia which is a 7 hour journey, I have four breakfast bars to keep me going and a pack of raisins. We have heard mixed reviews about Philadelphia so I am unsure of what to expect, I do know that we are staying with an old couple who provide an antique bed and egg muffins and coffee in the morning so can't be all bad. I will let you ...
... by the juxtaposition of two culturally divergent experiences... The first was a a visit to the 'Garden' to see the Boston Celtics play the Milwaukee Bucks in the NBA. While I am certainly no basketball aficionado, and found some of the hyperbole a little distracting, I thoroughly enjoyed the event...though my esteemed colleague seemed to disagree, the length of time his chin spent on his chest toward the end a dead giveaway! The one downside of the night ...
... dodge the kids that were throwing themselves all over the place! The T train took us to Harvard square in Cambridge. We had arranged to meet James who we met the day before whilst waiting for the megabus. He was behind us in the queue and was fretting as he was going to be late for his Wrestling practice. Turns out he is the captain of Harvard's team and is very very good, but he had offered to show us round. This have us a good insight to Harvard as he ...
... who fled from the colonies. In 1877 a fire destroyed 1600 buildings and when the town rebuilt many of the homes were built in a grand style. We ended our walk at the downtown Garden Market. It had many stalls of food and other interesting items, outside the entrance a man had set up his antique knitting machine that he found on eBay. With this machine he made scarves, hats and socks. The socks were $28, was tempted but resisted. The weather at St. John ...