Hilton Garden Inn Boston/Waltham
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... pretty sure I would have threatened a time out on. One even made the statement "this is the last time I help a family out." Their big fit was that they had to board the plane last and they didn't get any special treatments (it should be notes that they here actually moved up two rows to our seats). Just some lovely people in the world and I am very proud of my kids for being better behaved than the two grown men! We are now on the plane and ready ...
... House. We hadn't been in Boston in over 10 years, at that time the Old State House was a focal point. Now it is dwarfed by so many high-rises you would not recognize it. We continued on to Faneuil Hall and Quincy market, what a change in the city landscape. It was sort of sad to see how the flavor of old Boston was drowned out by the huge skyscrapers. Boston was absolutely beautiful, deep blue skies very pleasant weather we couldn't have asked for a nicer ...
... didn't really exist.
"Yes, the soothing balm that is 'pre-history.' " I pointed my camera at The Bunker Hill Monument CLICK "How could we forget?"
It's not difficult. Human's forget all sorts of things, big and large, little and small. Time is not always a factor. Some things can be forgotten in no time at all.
Take Deanne and I for example. We were enjoying The Freedom Trail so much we forgot what time it was. When we checked it was a quarter past ...
... time the train was running 3 3/4 hours late so a princely 26 hours on the train.
Very glad to arrive in Chicago- no messing around straight into a taxi and on to our hostel.
Small fly in the ointment was that after a night in Chicago we were on the train to Denver! We knew (but Ruth and James didn't ) that we had booked a sleeper. They were really great and took it all in their stride- thanks mostly to our relaxing time on Cape Cos.
... is such a contrast; much busier and surrounded by sky scrapers with paths through patches of grass and tulips. We were able to visit the Afro - American museum on beacon hill. It was so interesting and is located in one of the first churches for black people which was then turned into one of the first black schools. We visited a few more places; the Quincy market and the state house but as I had lots of time to explore these places, the visits were fairly brief. Diny was ...