Fairfield Inn Boston Woburn
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... a kids meal. She asked what I said, so I repeated it. You'd think I was uttering nonsense the way she was looking at me. "Sorry, what is it you want?" "The mighty kids meal, with nuggets. It's on the board there." *points and friendly smile* "I don't understand what you're trying to order." As if I am trying to **** her off? We awkwardly looked at each as I tried to figure out what the problem was. She sighed and asked how many nuggets I wanted. I wanted six. So that's all she ...
... at night.
Louise and I went and had a sauna while Helen and Steve did the washing.
At around 6.30pm we caught a cab to Fenway Park the home of the Boston Red Sox. We did the traditonal thing and grabbed a hotdog from one of the vendors outside. Once inside we realised that there was many more foods to enjoy. Our diet for the evening consisted of salt and sugar - chicken and chips, popcorn, peanuts (in the shell which made a good ...
We spent the day following the footsteps of the American Revolution today. After realizing you've walked past the Boston Marathon site or the Church from which Paul Revere was signalled or the Boston Massacre it's surreal to think how many important, tragic and inspiring events spanning literally hundreds of years happened where you're standing. Oh and we drank really good ...
... to sample the local delicacy of Clam chowder in a bread bowl....pretty damn tasty! And then got back on the Freedom Trail to visit Paul Revere's house and a beautiful old church before calling time out for the day and heading to the Italian neighbourhood of North End to taste some delicious pastries at Modern.
The next day I take up the trail again and follow the red line all the way to Old Ironsides, the USS Constitution, the oldest commissioned warship still afloat. The ...
Well this is the second attempt to write re today ,as the first attempt is "who knows where" somewhere in the great sky of lost computer work, I am sure Wayne understands this statement., however it reminds us we are all human and humans make mistakes or something. My greatest problem is to try and remember what I wrote ,at the time I thought it was quite good ,this is the second attempt no guarantees. Halifax is in the state of Nova Scotia and is regarded as the capital and the saying ...