Hampton Inn Bedford - Burlington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... at 7:00 AM (EDT)
DFW->HNL (American Airlines): Flight 5, departing at 1:00 PM (CDT)
We are staying at the Ohana Waikiki East. We were originally staying at the Ohana Waikiki West, but that hotel has horrible reviews... Ohana East has less ****** reviews.
I will write more from the air! If not, I'll write more from Hawaii!
... fields, rolling hills, and into the city. It ended up being a big shock to drive into Boston after a week of open road driving. I've been told Massachusetts have some of the worst drivers, so I'm thankful I got into the town of Hull safely! I'll be staying with my Aunty and her family for the next few days, exploring the city and enjoying Boston! With any luck, and maybe after a few Sam Adas, I'll be speaking with flat As and skipping the Rs. Pahk the cah in havahd ...
... to see if it would suffice once the real copy came in. Nope, the wording was not right, blah blah blah.
So I leave the office. Go into the elevator and then remembered about the need for a translator. I got off one floor down and went to the stairs, as it was the logical means to return one floor up. In the stairwell I go up one floor only to find the door locked!? WTF!? I go back down to the floor I came in from, locked.. next floor down, locked.. Im ...
... before the gates opened they cleared Yawkey Way before readmitting everyone. This allows for anyone without a ticket to at least have a chance to partake in the pre-game fun if they get there early enough. I made my stop at the team store and managed to keep my spending in check pretty well. After that it was finally time to enter the park.
The concourse had a feel similar to Wrigley but not nearly as tight. Once I found my way ...
... and caught a ride to the station. Once there, I printed my ticket and sat down to wait. And wait. And wait.
The train ended up being almost an hour late, but once boarding began, things went pretty quickly. Instead of sitting in an actual seat this time, I decided to instead snag a booth in the dining cart. This turned out to be a good move, as being at a table allowed me to type much easier than sitting in the seats does.