Fairfield Inn & Suites Boston Milford
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... ship wear evenly. We were really lucky that the forecasted rain did not arrive while we were doing this walk as it would not have been enjoyable to do the three hour walk in the rain. The guide had a lot of info that you do not get int the guide books like how the original owner of the land that is now Boston Common was a drinker who liked to ride his horse naked (which did not sit at all well with the Puritan English settlers), how ...
... not been recommended. How I would've missed out! I walked to the tower and took the lift to the 50th floor before taking in some amazing views and unsuccessfully trying to capture them on pictures! There was also historical information on Boston and some information of the history of immigration. Fact of the day: One out of six Americans have an ancestor that entered America by massachusetts bay. I walked back to the hostel, pleased with myself for recognising a ...
... stadium in the US and so is filled with history, not to mention a huge bank of the original seating still in use today. Thankfully the stadium is now protected as a heritage site and so will remain historic in the years to come. Having now worked up a thirst and an appetite we decided to head to the place where everybody knows your name, Cheers. Unfortunately nobody knew our names..... We tucked into 2 great burgers and chips ...
... We must have stuck out so much! Following this we did the amphibious tour of the town so that we could see as much of the area as possible with limited time. It was such a cold day but really clear and crisp so the views were great. It was really interesting to hear that a large amount of the town was made by filling in areas of water to increase the amount of land, all this area was flat with the rest of the area having gradients to ...
... to college, join a profession, or participate in public life. Think poverty, pogroms and Fiddler on the Roof.
During our grandparents lives, World War I, World War II, The Shoah, and the Establishment of the State of Israel led to either the death or the relocation of 8 out of 10 of the world's Jews.
Our grandparents made the trek from Eastern Europe to America and started their new lives with no education, no money and ...