Hilton Garden Inn Boston/Waltham
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... of the city. It was a beautiful fall morning when we boarded the tour bus. The first thing I wanted to hear was someone speak with a true Boston accent. The Boston accent is my favourite. The lady that drove the bus did not have any accent at all. I asked her about it and she explained that people living in Boston proper usually do not have any accent at all. She went on to explain that the accent where the R is not pronounced is most prevalent in the ...
... some new friends and continued to explore the area. We walked to Faneuil Hall and found the ocean. It was fun to be a part of the actual city. We took the subway back and have been sitting in the room since! I have a FitBit that counts how many steps I take each day. I just got it last week, but today I had a total of 17,500 steps, when I have a normal average of 9 thousand. It was a very busy day!
I am loving my experience at Northeastern so far. Everyone ...
... the historical common. Then down to the up-market area of Newbury street for more shops, these were of the Louis Vuitton variety, rather than the Forever 21 type.
A great day was eventually had by all and exhausted we headed on home. Kylie gave us all drinks before we finally left for the drive back to the Hotel,
We got straight into bed to rest our aching feet and watched the Interns on the telly. And then to ...
... this meeting house that Phillis Wheatley was baptised in and where she became a member. Phillis Wheatley was America's first African-American author. She was born in West Africa but captured and sold as a slave in Boston when she was only 7 years old. Phillis was bought by the Wheatley family and that is when she learnt English and Latin; she begun writing at the age if 13 and a book if her poems was published in 1773 when she was about 19 years old. I had just come out of ...
... every time the puck crossed the goal line. I was impressed by the roughness of the game and the way the players kept bumping into each other and kept hitting each other with their hockey sticks. I was even more impressed by the incredible speed and flexibility with which both the hockey players as well as the referees swayed across the ice. The vibes in the stadium were amazing; the common enthusiasm for the game, the love for 'their boys’ and the eagerness to ...