Extended Stay America - Boston - Tewksbury
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Slightly off key with the time differences, we still managed to be awake by 6 local time as if on a work day, and Craig was running along the harbour front and local park before 7. Running through Boston is a path of bricks, much like Berlin, however rather than commemorating the symbol of the Cold War and Soviet oppression, the Boston Freedom trail takes its intrepid explorers on a visit of the land mark historical sites that led ...
... went for a dip in the pool, had grilled cheese sandwiches with fruit. Hugh said they were better than the grilled cheeses both Matt and I make. SAY WHAT?!?!? Well done Jen. After dinner, it was table tennis and wii and then a movie.
It was a wonderful last day to spend with Jen! Very sad to say it is the last night with her.
... plaques to indicate the families who originally sat there. Around the corner in the midst of dozens or Italian restaurants, stands Paul Revere House. This building is the oldest standing in the North End. This is where Paul and his family, including his wife and five children lived from 1770-1800. From Revere House, we walked to Faneuil Hall which is was a marketplace and meeting hall in the 1700's. Now the National Park Service conducts tours from here. ...
... Anyway we got help and we got our tickets to board. We definitely looked like tourists....unsure of what and where we were going. We kinda went with the crowd and asked questions! Wish I would have thought to take pictures as we were on the subway I am sure we were something to see.
The train arrived at Boston Commons (the center of town) we had bought tickets for the Freedom Trail Trolley. The ...
... visiting, we obviously weren't equipped for a picnic, so a bar it was. Eventually we found a spot to stand and listen to some of the concert, about an hour in and announcement is made that they were expecting a large storm and that people should go seek shelter as the fireworks would be postponed. So the crowd starts to trek back to their hotels ready to come out the next night to see the fireworks as thats what the website states. At 10.30pm we hear ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed