Fairfield Inn Boston/ Tewksbury
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... to find that was no longer the case so I made my way down Quickdraw next to the tree line for better visibility. I returned to Thunderhead and decided to download on the gondola after looking down Rudi’s and not being able to see 20 feet in front of me. I then finished my day skiing off the Christie lift with a couple short runs down Vogue. I quit early at about 2pm since my legs were tired. Better to be safe than sorry.
Next, I left ...
Called Delta and spoke with a nice lady. But they still did not know where our luggage was. Her pleasant attitude did help. Let's hope we would have better news tomorrow ....
Update as of Friday night, 12/19 - we got our missing luggage!! Yeah!! It turned out somehow that piece of luggage did not get on the plane as the other 3. They finally located it and got it to us the next night. We count our blessings! ...
... the we could already tell the architecture was interesting and the streets are clean. It
had been raining although still 18C. We would've enjoyed the walk much
much more if it wasn't for the grumbling bellies! Eventually we found 'The
Original Rattlesnake Bar'.
We stepped off the empty street and
into a cosy Bar where 'the game' was on, people sitting along the bar,
chatting, laughing ...
... walking we stopped at Quincy market for a couple of beers to work out our dinner plans. En route to our restaurant we pit stopped at the Frost Ice Bar, needless to say that we didn't end up eating dinner! The bar is a permanent -20F and everything is made of ice, including the seats, bar and even the drinking "glasses".
We ordered our first (strong) drinks and met a bunch of guys on vacation from Indianapolis. Despite the temperature starting to freeze my face so ...
... my mobile phone, which is good We looked around the market stalls, and there were kids playing in the fountains all along the harbour and the Rose Kennedy Greenway which is beautiful. Then into the main Quincy Market buildings and watched the buskers and had a walk around. Had lunch at Ned Devine's pub, upstairs, and it was a relief to get away from the masses of people down below in the food hall - it was so busy and hot in there !! And outside where people ...