Hampton Inn Boston Braintree
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... family gathering. For those of you who don't understand this is my mom's family, originally from Coatbridge, outside of Glasgow
Scotland. IT was a great reunion with my cousins that I only see every 10 to 20 years. Uncle James drove down from Doncaster in Yorkshire . we had such a great time. We had spent the last two weeks with our new friends from all over the UK. I thought this would have trained our ears to understand the language. Not so much. They all speak ...
... like a dream. This is the first time a whole trip has been uneventful with airport security. I suspect it might've had something to do with a family before me that we're causing mayhem. The little girl, who couldn't have been more then 4yrs old, was drinking a Starbucks frappe.. or at least I hope she was just using the bottle. The TSA agent was not a happy bunny but I don't think they knew what he was on about when ...
Sofi wasnt enjoying boston that much, so she checked out and organised how tog et back to the vineyard. However, in the meantime, we decided to go and check out the outer harbour islands. A short ferry ride away.Our $15 ticket got us access to 2 islands, spectacle and georges. We decided to stop at both. The ferry took us past the city and gave us the most spectacular view ...
... explore Boston further. After a wander around the little shops and stalls we went out to the harbour and had lunch at the very American 'Joe's Steakhouse and Grill' which overlooked the water. It was lovely to sit in the sun for an hour and enjoy life.
After lunch we explored a bit further and found some fountains that spontaneously shot water out. As they were ground level, people could stand in them and get very wet. We opted with ...
... government, and the site of the Boston Massacre.
Next stop was Quincy Market, where we stopped for lunch. There was so much to choose from, with food from all around the world, but we chose the local cuisine. Anna had her new favourite meal (bagel with cream cheese), whilst I plumped for the bagel edition of a true American delicacy: smothered in Peanut Butter and Jelly (pronounced 'Jam' in England). We took them outside to eat whilst watching a street performance ...