Fairfield Inn & Suites Worcester Auburn
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... day, even on the weekend.
Due to my early arrival in Miami I had no reservations made. The few hotels that I stopped at wanted between $200 and $250 a night. What a shocker!! Using my trusty GPS I found a campground on the southwest corner of the city where I could set up my tent for $16.
It is true that I had to walk farther to the shower but come on!!!! Granted, camping isn't for everyone.
On February 14 I attended a ...
On the panoramic tour by coach that followed our walking tour, we passed the site of the Boston Massacre; the Granary Burying Ground, final resting place to many famous patriots; Boston Commons and Beacon Hill with the famous Cheers bar landmark.
En route to Framingham where we would spend the night, Mary played "Massachusetts" by the Bee Gees, one of my favorite singing groups of ...
... directory of campgrounds and amenities) Most ridiculously hard Junior Ranger Program: Shenandoah National Park; have to 12 items and attend two ranger programs at a park where most people just drive through. We did not do this one. Hardest Junior Ranger Program that we did: Great Smokey National Park; 8 activities plus a ranger program and need to pick up a bag of trash. Easiest Junior Ranger Program: Carlsbad Caverns (if you have already done some ...
Several folks needed to dry their feet or head off for other obligations, so six of us continued on to Grassy Pond, a contiguous piece of conservation land just west of Nagog Hill. First, we checked the map.
Flatter and, according to the map, less wet than the Nagog Hill land, we anticipated an easy walk of just over a mile.
... to because they don't ring a bell. In spite of going on a day when they were open late, we didn't see everything before the museum closed.
We left the museum and had dinner at a Chinese restaurant in Cambridge near the MIT campus. After dinner we wandered over to MIT and looked for the Stata Center, a building designed by Frank Gehry that I was interested in seeing. We found the Stata Center and, although I ...