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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By now we are losing track of days but we believe that it was Tuesday today and that meant an opportunity to see Boston. The day began with a bus tour around the city covering the common, gardens, Copley Square, Back Bay and then the colonial parts of Boston. We walked through the older streets and saw the Old North Church other key areas to do with the revolution.
The tour ended at Faneuil Hall/Quincy Market and we had about four hours ...
... side lobster cafe and Diny and I shared a lobster roll. It was so good and the restaurant was very cosy, looking out over marshland. This day was really special as it allowed me to see New England's countryside which is absolutely beautiful. I was very appreciative to Nancy for driving us around. We did have a lovely day, so I think it benefited her also. We arrived at Diny's flat at around 8:30pm and I was pretty tired. It was upsetting leaving her as she really had made my stay ...
... an airport ten minutes early is cutting it, and it is really tough to swallow when the delay had nothing to do with me, but rather the others who were waiting for toast to be made before hopping in the taxi I arranged. It was not the kind of airport I typically go to and certainly not a typical commercial flight. At first, I was the only passenger. I then noticed a live chicken was joining us, ...
... brown brick high rises. We had arrived onto nth west manhatten and didn't even know it!!! I think I was expecting tall glass and steel high rises from the word go, but this area (Harlem as it turns out) was quite human scale. The bus took us further and further in, with the buildings getting closer and taller, and more and more lit by neon. And then as if in the middle of nowhere, but completely crowded in by ...
... 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 ...