Hilton Garden Inn Boston/Waltham
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... Harvard student who we met in line for the Megabus when we were delayed who was rushing to get back for wrestling training haha! He offered to give us a tour of Harvard as he usually does them in term time so knows the facts and figures. We met in Harvard square where the tour began and he showed us through the quad, the library's, gave us some interesting facts about the school. There apparently is a thing where by touching the gold boot of John Harvard Statue you get good ...
... headed back to the garage where the problem had been fixed and we were good to go. Greg was so awesome and seemed to really know his stuff so we scheduled a full maintenance check the next day. We have already driven 20,000kms with our Westy so it was time anyway and he knew what he was doing. We debated going into town to The Fours to watch the games but it was getting late and getting there would take an hour by train so we found a restaurant nearby called the ...
... T is heaven! We have to meet at Boston Library, which is in Copley Square. I bump into Saba as I approach, John is already there, and there are three new faces on this one: two Jewish ladies and one of their granddaughters. They've done tours before with Saba, and are all really nice people, and immediate interrogate John and I about everything -related to the tour or not! Totally hilarious. We hang around in the library for a short while. It's a beautiful building, and has a ...
... with bag and then drop off car
Plan B: all go to drop off car and catch taxi to station as time marching on- more traffic more lights
Reality : Drop keys and leave smartish from hire car place. No cabs. 5 block forced march to station arrive 1135!
Bit fraught but as coach (read cattle class) are loaded on last we were able to get good seats anyway.
Journey to Chicago was long. James had downloaded films onto his and my ...
... we agreed to re do the first section the next day when Thomas would also be able to join us.
We left the trolley tour at the stop for the Prudential Centre to meet Kir, Jon and Thomas for drinks at Top of the Hub. It was a bar on the 52nd floor with amazing views of Boston. The day ended with a meal at Legal Harborside restaurant where we all enjoyed some amazing seafood, Dad in particular loving his ...