Hampton Inn - Haverhill
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Unser Weg führte uns in ein amerikanisches Ballenberg in Portsmouth. Für die Nicht-Schweizer. Dies ist ein sogenanntes Museumsdorf, wo einfach alte Häuser die vergangene, lokale Zeit repräsentieren. Viele der Häuser kann man begehen und in Strawberry Banke gaben auch in jedem Gebäude, Personen ihr Wissen weiter. …
... cake, and two kinds of mandelbrot and rugelach. It was yummy! Thank you Lenny.
I came back to Boston for some follow-up appointments. I had a CT scan. I stayed with Adele and Larry
and Adele and I went to the annual Beacon Hill Hidden Gardens tour. The weather was great, we got lots of exercise climbing those Beacon Hills. We saw interesting homes and Gardens!
There was a controversial blip on my CT scan. ...
... bus tickets that will take us to all the famous and historical sights of Boston. Did you know that the American War of Independence started in Boston with Samuel Adams (I've taken a particular liking to his beer) and John Hancock & co?From the subway we made our way to the trolley bus tour, validated our online tickets into paper tickets and our first stop was the Constitution Dock where the oldest commissioned war ship is docked. USS Constitution (hence the name ...
My last full day in Montreal and I have done everything I wanted to do and I am getting sick of walking up and down saint Catherine st and not buying anything, trying to cut down on the spending. Anyway I was up bright and early to go to a free yoga class that lulu lemon put on each Sunday (score because a single class costs around $20). I got there feeling all zen and **** ready to get all flexi but after 20 minutes the ...
... thing I didn't care for was the Paul Revere's house and Faneuil Hall.
For $3.50, you can waste 3.5 minutes of your life. It was a total bore! It's just the colonial style home during the American Revolution. As far as Faneuil Hall, It's now being currently used as a cheesy craft market where you can buy all sorts of overpriced tourist kitsch, obscene t-shirts, and souvenirs.
On a positive note, the tour does lead the way to finding the best cannoli!