Extended Stay America - Boston - Peabody
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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She got us to our room by 10pm we were safely ensconced in our room and we wanted to sleep, however James required nourishment and satisfied his need with a trip to the hotel shop.
He returned with drinks for all of us, a cheese and ham hot pocket for himself, several bags of crisps and a Hershey bar.
With that we all went to ...
... to give us a hand as well and provided the koek and all sorts of orange foods such as crisps, Doritos, carrot cake and Fanta juice. And to make the event even more complete, the Dutch consul from Boston, Hans Gieskes, came to pay us a visit. He thought it was a wonderful initiative and was more than excited to join the Dutch festivities. Everyone had a great time playing the weird games and enjoying the orange foods and beverages, and it was really ...
... in and explored the bizarre underground tunnels before taking in the beautiful skyline view of Boston as we crossed back over the river.
My final day in Boston I decided to take two guided tours - both free and both very good! The first was of the Samuel Adams brewery. ID was required and my driver's license was deemed unworthy resulting in a mad dash to find wifi and download the scanned copy of my passport so I could present my laptop as proof of age. Success and I was ...
... was lovely and the lady most engaging, and breakfast was fresh and home made a most pleasant change from the manufactured food we have had at all previous hotels. For such a small town the place, especial the road traffic, is very busy. Just can't imaging what it would be like in winter during the ski season. Were hoping to see ...
... Braai which was accompanied by lots of Polish and South African salads and side dishes. We never seemed to stop eating during the 3 days we spent in Boston! On Sunday we did a Boston city tour and learnt about how Paul Revere and the boys secured New England for America from the British. We walk the Freedom Trail which guided us past a lot of Boston's historic sites. We saw Harvard University and a number of other Universities ...