Extended Stay America - Boston - Waltham - 52 4th Ave
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... It of course houses the Boston Red Sox for whom Babe Ruth once played. It of is not symmetrical like most other major league parks. Down third base line is far shorter than down first base line hence the green monster wall was built down the third base line to balance it up. The highlight of the tour for me. Statues of Ted Williams, Babe Ruth, Carl Yastremski adorn the sidewalk in front of the park. We visited other points of interest like, First Church ...
... were stuck in traffic for so long! Thankfully we made it to the airport on time!
While in line they young lady in front of me started talking to me. I found out that she worked for a travel company that focused on study abroad programs called Euroadventures. (since I am writing this post late: I now realize that those people, along with another travel company bus 2 ...
... in keeping with the style, lots of girders and distinct areas of the ground. We ate in the ground, lots of meat and melted cheese which seems to be a theme here.
We see a home run and the result, not only on the scoreboard but on the car windscreen outside the ground.
Blue Jays win easily......
Blimey what a great day, all family asleep now and I think I will join them.
... city. This means that now Boston has extended into what used to be the coast . The Coast used to be only two blocks away from the Old State House where as now it's a solid mile and a half away (if not more!)! I have also been informed that a 'block' is like one left/right hand turn. Basically if something is two blocks away then it would be like saying its just past the 2nd left/right hand turn. I hope I was not alone in having heard the word 'block' a zillion times but ...
... of the seals, and exploring the different sea life from oceans and seas all over the world. I found Nemo and Dory, touched a ray and got a picture with the ginormous sea turtles. I saw sea stars and shiny jellyfish, I was intrigued by the hungry looks of the piranhas and most of all I was constantly surrounded by screeching kids. I had the best time!
When we came back outside, a thunderstorm was just raging over Boston so we decided to find shelter in ...