Extended Stay America - Boston - Woburn
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... bit, you will never be the same. Now that Europe has been concentrated, I'm looking into my next big adventure hopefully in South America. It won't be nearly as long, but I'm excited to see what a different continent has to add to this beautiful planet. If you read many of my blog posts, hey thanks! I hope you enjoyed following my journeys and be sure to leave me a note with any questions or just travel talk since it's clearly my favorite topic these days. Hasta La Vista, ...
... Lucky for us it started very close to our hostal, and we went in search for the start on the trial. The Boston common is where it all began, and is America's first public park. We wondered around the green park and picked up the trail to our second point and our first landmark. The new Massachusettes State house. We started to make our way to our stop number three, but then the heavens opened. We expected the rain to come, but not till the late afternoon. We ...
An early start today leaving beautiful and crazy New York for Boston. Rather than flying, Donna thought it would be something different to catch the train from Boston to New York. Upon reaching Penn. Station our first job was to find the Red Hats, who for a small fee, help you with your luggage and take you to the train, which at the enormous train station (during peak hour) is an enormous help and well worth the tip of around ...
... for children, taught us Britainites about American history in a nice simple fashion, and partly due to the hammock room… Hammocks, who knew?! So comfy! After a little rest in our new found bedroom furniture of choice we practiced hauling in the large sail [check with alex] which was only a few centimetres off the ground. Can't imagine doing it 100 foot in the air whilst out at seas with no safety harness! I also spent quite some time chatting with Frank, a ...
Boston was settled in around 1630 by the Puritans of Massachusetts and thrived from those early days as a vibrant trading port. As it grew in importance relationships with Britain worsened leading up to the Boston Massacre of 1770 and the start of the American Revolution for Independence five years later. Boston is of course famous as the site of the Boston Tea Party when 342 crates of tea were tipped into the sea as a protest against ...