HYATT house Boston/Burlington
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... After asking for directions we look up and see a monument similar to the one in Washington and head uphill to finish the trail. The last time I did the trail we stopped at Faneull Hall and got distracted by the shopping so I was happy to finish it this time.
We meet Geline and Vic in the North End for drinks and dinner. We have Italian and rollout of the restaurant as their servings are huge! No desert today as we only have the energy to chill on the couch before we ...
Well I did manage to sleep a bit longer, but was up early enough to go through the material for today. At least I tried. Economics...... not my favorite subject. Luckily we had the information that instead of starting at 8:30 we were to start at 9:00. So we headed off for breakfast at 8:15 and then off to our classroom.
The professor was pretty nice, introduced himself and it was actually quite interesting. But it sure is a long day sitting there and ...
... the best skiing spots and made sure we ate at least two waffles throughout the day. Our day-passes allowed us to stay until 5 pm and by that time we were absolutely exhausted yet incredibly satisfied about the day. On the way home, everyone except for the driver passed out and when I came home it was time for a warm shower to de-freeze my toes, followed by a nap. Namely, I had to recharge and get ready for Remco’s birthday party! He turned 20 a couple of days ...
... Enough history lesson. A wonderful walk through old buildings, cobbled streets. We wandered through Little Italy where we stopped for lunch at L'Osteria Ristorante was a good omen as we had enjoyed a delicious meal,in Rome with a similar name. Fantastic choice! Walk through the Common home. The trees are just beginning to show thie autumn colours. Very pretty. Possibly an 8 kilometre walk today. A late stroll through the public park at sunset was ...
... I feel almost bad for "purchasing" a temperature sensitive glass from them, because pints were $2 each, and I think the cheapest I've ever paid, but I returned the next day so they made it up in my custom.
This hit me surprisingly rapidly, and after spending a while getting purposefully lost in the financial district, I returned to my favourite garden to have a tactical nap. By the time I woke up it was 7pm and the light was distinctly faded. En route home ...