Extended Stay America - Boston - Westborough - East Main Street
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WE DID: - spent the morning whale watching off Boston harbour - lunch by the harbour - ferry to Salem - walked the witch trail via the Witch History Museum - had drinks by the Salem harbour before getting the ferry back to Boston - had dinner in a Spanish tapas bar in Somerville WE LOVED: - ...
... slightly more difficult than New York but luckily GPS worked because we frequently found ourselves walking the opposite direction to what we should be. Gk started suggesting the direction based on gut feeling one day. I have a gut feeling this might work out well eventually. Weather: the day after we arrived an Arctic wind crossed the states and brought more freezing than normal temperatures everywhere. Ridic freezing. Was about -7 most days. ...
... weekends. I just discovered the Thornton Cafe on Huntington Ave, across the street and down a block from the Prudential T. I had an awesome breakfast there yesterday and will be back there again.
For dinner, I like Piattini on Newbury Street. It’s popular neighborhood Italian eatery with a menu of small plates or entrees complete with suggested wine pairings. The setting of divided dining rooms cuts down on the background noise. I like ...
... so big in her and her family's life.
Urinetown is going super well as well. We have rehearsed a bunch of the music and choreographed three of the numbers. I love all of the people in it! It is such a cool group of people and I love getting to know the upperclassman as well. I can't wait for us to start staging the scenes. That will be very fun. It is such a cool process with it all being student directed. You really get to be a part of ...
... be in New York (but I don't feel so bad, because everyone goes for the Yankees already anyway).
We decided to head back to the Quincy Market area for dinner, and ended up choosing a place next door to the Cheers bar in a place called the Salty Dog. Strangely enough this was a seafood restaurant, but even more ironic than that, was the fact that I ordered chicken and Jess ordered beef! It was still delicious though :). After dinner, we decided that ice cream would go down ...