Hampton Inn Bedford - Burlington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... and herbs and a strange Asian noodle salad. Whole wheat, bread and corn with queso fresco. Not terrible but I would not seek it out.
At least the roommate looks like a normal person.
The next half an hour was spent looking around. Tufts has a great library and we even found a roof garden. Apparently this is a thing here on the East Coast. there are even hidden roof gardens at MIT ...
... of America. It was very well done. After we had coffee and shared a piece of this Boston Cream Pie we have heard so much about. It was quite nice. We continued on walking the streets of Boston which enables you to see so much. Phillip says he could live in this city. We went for an hour harbour cruise which was very relaxing. We walked through the main streets of Boston and then had an early tea. We came back to the hotel about 6pm to rest our weary ...
... makes me the uncultured heathen I was perceived to be. I just don't enjoy a symphony orchestra. I'm not sure why. I certainly don't lack the patience for it, as my addiction to a sport that lasts five days will attest. I also don't think it above my intellect, though I'm sure a number of my readers would beg to differ! As with soccer, I can respect the skill involved, but find the product of that skill a little dull!! It just failed to move me! Still, the ...
... rebuilt it is still today a place for the wealthy and famous to spend the summer months. The town itself is very touristy and yet picturesque. One thing I did in memory of my mother was to eat a piece of wild blueberry pie which was her favorite.
> October 9 found us docking in South Boston Harbor. We had said goodbye to the Flan****n's who were flying home to Reno, while we stayed with Jim and Jean to enjoy Boston. Jim had been told that ...
... have a annoy system, that hey use to make announcements from 9 a.m.. They do info for the day and just announced there were VIPs visiting on site (that can't be me) and they announce any high fives and birthdays which is a lovely idea. It didn't feel a bit hi-de-hi either, just very informative and a bit fun. I suppose with a campus this big, a tannoy makes absolute sense as apposed to a briefing meeting. Right better get on my way to meet Marianne, bound to get lost ...