Extended Stay America - Boston - Braintree
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... for an afternoon of shopping. Today in Rhode Island it was chucking it down with rain, a little reminder of home for me. I actually felt quite cold for the first time aswell being here. Had a mini dilemma with my bank cards not working to book my next leg of my travels but with a helping hand & parental advice mum and dad sorted me out bless them. Can always rely on them even when their miles away. Got to ...
... different colours of cladding! The monument was similar to the one in Washington yet smaller. We walked around the Freedom Trail which was guided by a pathway through Boston where we saw lots of historical elements mainly referring to the American Revolution. We also stopped at a more ice rink to watch the locals playing ice hockey which was ...
Had a fun day on board today! Craig came on board at about 11. I showed him around and then we had a lovely lunch sitting out on the back deck. Craig's mini cruise (the "3 hour" variety) came to an end and we said goodbye! I then had a lovely massage and then relaxed at the pool. It was so warm today people were in ...
... and use more slang than we do. But they all insist that they spoke English first! Anyway, June prepared quite a spread especially needed to soak up all the champagne and pints being consumed. We took some great pictures of the clan that I look forward to sharing with you. Dave has invited everyone of them to visit us in Florida. So you better get your reservations made just in case they all come!
We finished packing the suitcases for our flight home tomorrow. ...
... was to extract as much money as possible out of the Colony. In a nutshell things came to a head with events such The Boston Tea Party (where a load of tea and British Sailors were thrown into the harbour) , Boston Massacre and The Battle of Bunker Hill. This heralded the start of the American Revolution and culminated in the Declaration of Independence on the 4th July 1776. All good stuff and makes you wonder if the situation had been better handled by HQ back ...