The Four Points by Sheraton Norwood Hotel & Conference Center
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... but it isn’t as black and blue as it should be for the pain!! Noon and I just looked outside and it is lightly snowing again and 35 degrees. It was 39 when I was up around 7am. We did get our reservation for a week at the Custom House in Boston for mid December next year. It has snowed very lightly all day but too wet out to stick. By dark there is a very fine white layer out there. We went to see Penguins of Madagascar movie and it was really ...
... were running a bit behind today so parked and walked a couple blocks to catch the ‘T’ subway and shortly we were ½ block from the beautiful and restored Emerson Majestic Theater! Made a stop at the Dunkin Donuts on the corner for hot chocolate with pumpkin flavor and a bagel. Both were good, and on the ½ block to the theater where we walked right in and to our seats on the Mezzanine-A 23 and 24. Very good view of the stage. We came to see The ...
So this morning, we met in the lobby at 9am, and immediately got pulled into a round of hugs from Anessa and Chris -they're staying for another few days, then going on to New York for a family wedding. Nice. After checking out and storing our bags, Aoife, Laura and myself caught the T downtown for some last minute shopping and a wander around. Some of the city centre is cordoned off for a cycle race and they're giving out ...
... of the freedom trail that i didnt get to finish with sofi.We got to the momument (kind of like the obelisco in buenos aires) which marks the end of the freedom trail and took a few snaps before heading across the bridge, back to the subway. Next stop fenway park.Fenway park has serious significance and setimental value to americans, bostonians in particular, because it is the oldest stadium in major league baseball. We did a tour, because i wanted ...
... half of the directions and ended up in china town, now I never realised this, but the people in china town are actually Chinese and don't speak much English! But I continued strolling up the street looking like a lost puppy, one man then approached me and asked "are you lost?"... In my head I thought, '****, it's really that obvious!', but the lovely man in a suit (always trust a man in a suit) gave me directions to my hostel. That night I was so exhausted ...