Extended Stay America - Boston - Tewksbury
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... in love with this city. The wedding was at XV Beacon Hotel and restaurant Mooo... What a beautiful place to start a life together. I will truly miss this city and perhaps I may even return at some point. For now, I will embrace the last two weeks I have here before the next adventure in Wisconsin and after ...
... was being filmed in the middle of the park, where there is rotunda, and although we hung around expecting to be asked to appear as extras, nothing eventuated! We then set off to follow the Freedom Trail, marked by red bricks or a line which sees you visit many historical sites from the American Revolution - a highlight was a visit to Paul Revere's house. After the three-kilometre trail we made ...
... successful though, I found a cool little independent coffee shop along route for lunch, a jeep wool cap (which made me wonder if the US patriotism was beginning to rub off on me), and some stripey gloves.
So basically, I spent my first full day in Boston as a white British male on the freedom trail learning about American independence and black heritage. *Insert your own joke here*
Oh, and apologies for the title again, couldn't resist.
... take such a large party and head in. We order various meals and enjoy the complimentary bread with EVOO (Extra Virgin Olive Oil - we had to ask, lol) and seasoning, delicious. Ryan had ordered the meatballs and linguine from the kids menu and voiced his concern that perhaps it would not be enough...hilarious as it turns out.
The food arrives and there is so much it is ridiculous. We had 4 pizzas which were not quite as large as the ones we'd had earlier in ...
... 8217;s Odysseo. Cavalia.net This is equestrian arts at the highest levels. It features 67 horses and 46 artists in a production that sets the hearts to racing! I am excited to see it! We left early to make sure of parking-they had a big lot-for $10 – Already paid well over $200 for the tickets, but you gotta park, right! Huge tents, Must take days to put it together-like a giant erector set with much canvas! We had great seats, about ½ back and right ...