Extended Stay America - Boston - Westborough - Connector Road
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today we're going to have lunch with Toni, one of Erin's friends from the Hollow. After a couple of days with of drugs, rest and a massage it seems her back has improved to the point where Erin can join us. Toni is going to pick us up at our hotel and drop us at Meg's after lunch so we can drop off the pots and pans we brought as well as the record player and a few precious LPs or vinyl as Meg would say. We lunch in this ...
Yesterday, we had a lot of fun and thoroughly enjoyed our day in Boston, thinking it was a lovely place. Today, though, we fell in love with Boston :-) We took the trolley to Charles St, otherwise known as Antique Lane, a road full of the cutest, most gorgeous shops. Beautiful windows, wreaths everywhere, quaint shops selling gorgeous things. Bye bye credit card! In 2 hours we only really investigated half the street. We spent about an hour in the chocolate ...
... Perfect! The kitchen was still open
- EVEN BETTER. We let the waitress choose a local beer to try, we ordered
buffalo wings and a steak sandwich. It was really great food and not the
oversized over processed meal we'd expected and whilst reasonably priced, the
tipping is going to kill us!
15-20% of restaurant meal price is
expected as a gratuitous tip. I understand the economics ...
... Chipotle Mexican Grill restaurant: One day cock of the North, the next a feather duster. I was disappointed in myself for eating so much Subway and fore-fitting my opportunity to enjoy such a historical taco.
The Old Meeting House is actually another church, but not any other. This is where Patriots first began gathering in numbers to seriously discuss the pros and cons of throwing off The Butcher's Apron. John Hancock spoke here a few times. One night in 1773, five ...
... times. Later that evening I met an Italian guy at the hostel, we both made pasta for dinner (it's easiest and cheapest) and I am more than happy to say that mine came out the best, yes really, better than an Italian! Later that evening I was craving ice cream, and although we got stupidly lost, in the end we found and Ben and Jerrys and wandered around the city. When arriving back at the hostel, a few guys I met the previous night before were determine to get ...