Extended Stay America - Boston - Peabody
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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After about an hour or so, we jumped on the subway and came back into the city to Boston Common, sprawling in the down town area. Went to a traditional Boston Diner and got a sour dough roll and ate it in the park with all the locals. Bec kept mugging everyone with a dog and patting their puppies. She had a good day today as she got to pat three Bernese Mountain Dogs - her favourite after our two boys.
Followed the ...
... professor who was talking about scaling up excellence and his work was really interesting. He was also know for his book 'The no ******* rule'; I find this a really interesting concept as it is extremely hard to be fired from the NHS. There has been hints at other centres that their human resources policies are less lenient. As healthcare is more of a competitive business here they do not tolerate people who are ...
... the dark we could see that this part of the countryside was gorgeous. Our hotel is located on Boston Post Road...notable for being the states main thoroughfare in the 18th century. Bob Villa's face kept popping into my line of sight during this ride...this place looks like the set from This Old House. Lots to do tomorrow...gotta try to get some ...
... multimedia presentation there at the visitors center and Christa even said if history class had been like that she would have loved it. After that we stopped in at the Saugus Ironworks National Historic Site. As somewhat of a foundryman I thought this was a great piece of history, a depiction of one of the oldest waterwheel forges. After that we got our room at our hotel but before going to the room we headed ...
... not be such a joke anymore. After the freedom trail tour we went to a place called Quincy Market. As you might have guessed, Quincy was a market place. We had a great time watching the street performers, perusing the shops, and seeing Cheers recreated. My only warning is this, if you have any room in your stomach for food but don't want to buy food DON'T GO TO QUINCY MARKET!!! Oh the food! They have seafood, Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Indian, American, ...