Fairfield Inn & Suites Boston Milford
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that if Harry had been able to swim, he would have swum ashore from the wreck of the Titanic). This stipulation lasted until the 1960s when it was deemed to be discriminatory so it was changed to an optional test that students could take. They still have the library! And unfortunately, its only open for students. Before we started the tour, Ian and I had a coffee at Harvard Coop (pronounced by the Americans as 'coop as in chicken coop'. Not 'co-op' as we would ...
... canceled my appt in Chicago and enjoyed most of the rest of my time with family in WI.
I ended up going to one of the free clinics in WI, mostly just to have that part completed and not have to worry about it once I got back to beaurocratic hell, Boston. (Looking back, Im surely glad I did. Google only produced one free clinic and there are likely WAY more people in this area needing free care than throughout WI) With no appt, I expected spending my entire evening ...
Sad to leave our lovely bunk room in the International Youth Hostel and set off for another walking route through Boston to Fenway Stadium for the game.
We went through the Formal Gardens of Boston that have bronze Mother duck and ducklings. Toddlers were queueing up by standing over the babies and working up to the mother for the photo opportunity. Ruth was too bashful so mum took her place and got the shot.
Onwards through Back Bay- interesting use ...
... the tea that was dumped into Boston Harbor the night of the Boston Tea Party. She never actually cashed the check but put it on display in a museum. In front of the Old State House is also where the Boston Massacre happened in 1770. This building is over 300 years old and is the oldest building still standing from the original 13 colonies. The next stop on the Freedom Trail tour was Paul Revere’s house. The house dates back to the 1680’s ...
... years marathon. They are setting up the finish line grandstands for this years marathon which runs in about another week. News crews were on sight with live cameras to report on the anniversary of the 2013 marathon bombing. We walked back to our hotel and enjoyed a relaxing dinner. A nice way to wind down our road trip. We have now traveled over 900 miles and been in 11 different states. Hard to believe it has not even been a full week ...