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... t-shirts, mugs, etc) are designed by Boston Teenagers. There was a pretty cool Boston Terrier shirt that had the 'Bahston' accent "Bahk Bahk!". As our holiday starts now, we headed next door to Quincy Market and Cheers! Bar for a sneaky pint... or two ;O) No nibbling on Norm's Nuts though! Along the way, we passed by a fair number of historical buildings, and a old dude dressed as Benjamin Franklin (I think!). He did the usual "Where ...
... seen. It's made up of a number of high glass towers each with thousands of numbers etched onto them as well as personal stories from individuals who experienced the camps first hand. I think it was those stories that humanised the memorial and made it so hard hitting. Newbury Street is beautiful, most of the shops are tall brown brick houses converted into boutiques. The street is wide ...
... it. The rock was moved a few times over the past 300 years and broke at least once in the process. You can see where they repaired the rock. This is supposedly the rock the Mayflower pilgrims landed on. Time for our last stop of the trip. We rode the bus up a hill behind Plymouth to a monument that is nearly unknown. The National Forefathers Monument. An 81 foot tall monument that remembers the values of the pilgrims; Liberty, Morality, Education, Law, ...
... side of the road. This road was an unimaginable possibility after more than an hour of teeth jarring riding. We went up, tilted a bit and down, then we were on it – the great black thing, zooming along. It was a short passage from one world to another. For the last 100 years raveling in Kenya was just this experience I had. Now there are suddenly new roads. A two hour journey can be done in less than half the time, and it is pleasant.
... views over Boston, which I was able to appreciate once I'd caught my breath! My final day in Boston I took the train out to Harvard. The campus is beautiful, and the changing leaves make it more so. After soaking up the ambiance I headed back to Boston to board another train out to Salem, site of the witch trials of 1692. Beautiful little town on the coast with tree lined streets and picturesque views everywhere, yet the hysteria that gripped this town for a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center