Fairfield Inn & Suites Worcester Auburn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
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... Boston - by Philadelphia there was no sign of snow on the ground anywhere.
Crossed the Hudson River on the impressive George Washington Bridge in the sunshine with the Manhattan skyline off to my left.
Overnighted just south of Washington and spent the next morning on a guided tour of the Civil War battlefield at Manassas. There were actually two major battles here during the war and the Confederacy won them both - only 26 ...
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 ...
... for a nicer, more relaxing evening.
The next day, Robin and another guy from the Elks, Dennis, picked us up and took us out on the town. We hit up a Boys and Girls Club, a senior center (where John did his program for a room full of senior citizens and one 10 year old kid whose mom was working the front desk…that kid had the time of his life and was a good sport when John continually asked him to come forward and help him with various ...
... and high-bush blueberries around its edges.
We would have been fine heading back on the trail we had already walked and knowing all the pitfalls, but loops are always better for these walking adventures. It wouldn't be an adventure, anyway, so we proceeded to the southern arm of the trail. Not as navigable as it was supposed to be. We had more than several stream crossings that required sharing poles, helping hands and a ...