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Travel Blogs from Waltham
... a chance of sprinkles. It started sprinkling as we finished the cruise. Back on the bus for the rest of the tour and back to our hotel for a rest.
We are a block from Little Italy, the Italian section of town, and had dinner there on Thursday. It is about 20 blocks long and has about 70 Italian restaurants there. We went over there ...
... Boston at home.
In the morning we took a guided tour through the State Capitol and spent the rest of the day wandering around downtown Boston, Chinatown, the Public Gardens and Beacon Hill.
Our last full day in Boston was devoted to a trip to Harvard where we followed a student lead tour.
We are off to New York in the morning on Amtrak. We are hoping for a better result this time!
... out the wharf and then enjoyed a pre dinner cocktail in the bar of the Marriott across the street) we were seated on the patio and enjoyed excellent seafood.
After dinner we strolled towards the City Hall plaza, where we saw the striking New Holocaust Memorial. The six glass towers etched with 1,000,000 numbers each to symbolize the concentration camp tattoos given to 6,000,000 Jews during World War II is a powerful ...
... animals, actors and actresses, star wars/trek/gate, geography, beer and the list goes on. Along the way you could win t-shirts that stated "I won this t-shirt in a trivia game with Morton White" they spelt his name incorrectly, whoops!
The next day found me back at university, Harvard University. On another hostel tour, we were taken through the undergraduate campus of the college where all the interesting buildings are. For example there is Massachusetts ...
... special exhibition with lots of great pics of famous models and another area of photos of the royals. Always disappointing that Australia doesn't seem to exist in the world of art overseas. Really nice building and some interesting objects. Nice lunch. Caught a tram into central Boston to do a mall walk through the Prudential. Typical mall except for a Saks. Bought nothing and headed ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center