Extended Stay America - Boston - Waltham - 52 4th Ave
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This morning I had enough time to go and explore the public library before heading home - apparently it's the smartest place to visit in the city. It's an architecturally stunning building but there's an awkward conflict of people using the library to do work and mugs like me looking at almost everything but the books! Almost - I did look up some Ramsays in a book about the pensions of fighters in ...
... How's that for precision!
We got off the train (at the right stop of course), and had some time to get over the excitement of our train by waiting for our bus. The bus did come, however when we got on, so did 20 other people! Needless to say, that was a stuffy and smelly ride. It seemed the further we rode, the more people got on and the fewer got off. When our stop came around, we were more than happy to step off that bus and breathe in some fresh air!
Even though ...
We had all been talking about how this leaving Cape Cod and going by train to Chicago would go. It meant arriving at station in Boston for an 1155AM departure. Now seasoned travellers we were planning to get there early to ensure maximum seat advantage. We'll leave at 0800 it is Saturday what can go wrong? Well we left at 0830 and hit a traffic jam at the bridge off Cape CID and then hit the shopping public of Boston at 1030.
Plan A: drop Anne ...
... through parts of the city that are very local, and it reminded us of Melbourne in its feel. We got off the trolley at a place called Faneuil Hall market place. It was a pretty awesome five block area, so we had a bite to eat for lunch there and ended up chatting to so Aussie girls who were over here studying.
We got on our Harbour cruise which was included in the trolley ticket to see ...
... old fashioned and more like those of the tunnels for mine trains than of the fast London Underground. I visited the Quincy Market and Faniel Hall prior to meeting Laura at the game. This was an extremely festive part of town with their Christmas tree and lights that played in time to festive music. It was so generous of Laura's boss to give us the tickets and as the seats were corporate tickets the view was amazing (centre court row 4). From this view I could only just see the seats ...