Hilton Garden Inn Boston/Waltham
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... tyre and a flat spare tyre. They finally got going 6 hours later after leaving... We had a long ride into Boston taking a total of 8 hours from door to door. The majority of the time spent in cattle class on the Greyhound. Boston has a clean feel, much cleaner than New York and the Subway was much easier to navigate. Checked into our very expensive hostel, a couple of subway stops out of Boston. Checked in. Made our beds. Went ...
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After about an hour or so, we jumped on the subway and came back into the city to Boston Common, sprawling in the down town area. Went to a traditional Boston Diner and got a sour dough roll and ate it in the park with all the locals. Bec kept mugging everyone with a dog and patting their puppies. She had a good day today as she got to pat three Bernese Mountain Dogs - her favourite after our two boys.
Followed the ...
... again - we should travel to a different state! Thank you!
Kira - My favorite part was when everyone traveled around the area and saw and experienced things you never really see.
Abby - My favorite part of the day was spending time with my Girl Scout sisters!
Keira - My favorite part was the seals.
Abby - I liked it when I got to see the big turtle. It was so cool!
Whenever I've thought about coming to the US, I'll be honest first and foremost I'm thinking about the food.
So far Boston has not disappointed.
Our first day, wandering rather sleep deprived we found our way to the Wild Boar Deli on Boston Common. A little overwhelmed by a never ending choice list we stumbled our way to getting a smoked meat and turkey sandwich, the meat was inches thick, the sauces dribbled out- all in all we were ...
What we thought would just be our last SABEH meeting at Annie's house, turned out to be a Fuzhou reunion! Chen Jian and Lin were able to get Visas and arrived in America! Woohoo! To add to that...Brian flew in from California, Jenifer and Robert from Florida, and Andi Jr. from North Carolina. I was truly excited to see everyone, but in many ways the whole China experience ...