Hampton Inn Boston Braintree
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... then me and Paul headed for the shops. We went down the highway to south shore plaza a big shopping mall in Braintree. About a 30 minute drive from Fall River. Massive shopping place all under one roof, just what we wanted out of the rain! Went for the intention of buying family some gifts and yet again ended up with things for myself! I did get one gift for home so wasn't to bad! The box of stuff I need to send ...
After waking up at the crack of dawn due to the lake of curtains in our room we got showered and decided to head out. We had found a map in the lobby of the hostel so tricked to follow the map round the trolleys route, that's like a tour bus but we decided to walk it instead. So pretty much spent the morning walking round Back Bay, out near Fenway Park, Boston Common and stopped to do some ice skating on the harbour. Smallest ice rink I've ever seen! At 5pm we met James, James ...
... sunbathing and going in the pool! It was more like the Caribbean than Boston in mid-October! We left port at 6pm and had a beautiful sail away through the harbor and islands with an amazing sunset. We went right passed Logan and had planes literally going overhead as we were right at the end of the runway! Bar Harbor ...
... we've been away 30 days. What an adventure.
Monday. Brian drove us to Heathrow airport starting at 8:00. Our flight from London to Atlanta took around 9 hours. We were treated very well.lots of food and free drink on Delta. We had lots of room to stretch out since the plane was only 2/3 full. This time the passengers were seated appropriately around the plane.
We are waiting for our flight to Fort Myers. So, that's all for now. I'll send a final blog from home ...
... America could still be part of the UK. Somehow I doubt it! As you can tell I was good at history..... FOOD AND CULTURE Boston is smart, sophisticated, intellectual and culturally diverse City. Fabulous historic buildings abound. Dickensian streets (with real gas lamps) co-exist in harmony alongside modern office buildings. It is a real shoppers paradise with interesting boutiques and vibrant high quality markets (QUINCY MARKET) Boston is situated on the ...