HYATT house Boston/Burlington
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... How's that for precision!
We got off the train (at the right stop of course), and had some time to get over the excitement of our train by waiting for our bus. The bus did come, however when we got on, so did 20 other people! Needless to say, that was a stuffy and smelly ride. It seemed the further we rode, the more people got on and the fewer got off. When our stop came around, we were more than happy to step off that bus and breathe in some fresh air!
Even though ...
... understood anything I had just said". She didn't get the joke. She asked if I was missing the snow because it was Winter. She was even more surprised that I would have to travel to the mountains to see snow in Australia. Her coworker joined the conversation, just momentarily adding that her friend visited once and "wore shorts in December!" Visited Chinatown, pretty much the same as Melbourne's. Found a "Dunkin' Donuts" lasted 10 seconds inside as it SMELLED REALLY REALLY BAD. ...
... that it dawned on me just how much I'd enjoyed the big apple. By the time Monday came around I was pretty down. Even the happy Dara O'Briain-esque Megabus guy wasn't cheering me up.
Luckily, Boston is absolutely beautiful. I'm beginning to struggle to think up adjectives for everything, but beautiful is the most appropriate one here. I navigated my way through another unfamiliar city to arrive at the hostel in the outskirts. Everett is also ...
... it best to go for dinner. Looking at the map, we are in the financial sector and the restaurants aren't near us. So we walked and decided to go to the Back Bay Area. On our way, a gentleman asked if we needed help, as Rod was looking at his map. We struck up a conversation and he said to eat at Legal's which was just a couple of blocks ahead. This restaurant was also mentioned by one of the passengers on the train, who was helping ...
... tallest burger I’ve ever eaten as I listened to his strong Boston accent deliver excessive “fwarken this” and “******** that” all in good humour. There’s always a first time for being called a c?❈t with a pat on the back by a fire fighter with bikie tattoos.
Joey Diaz was up first and absolutely crushed the crowd, delivering laughing seizures throughout while Ari Shaffir struggled at times but was still funny overall.