Hampton Inn Boston-Natick
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... person has to learn about the expectations of his buyers, to get closer to them, to comprehend their particular dilemmas, their pastimes as well as their passions. Being in position to sell to friends would make the process far easier, particularly with the electronic relationships all of us have this day and age. If you are not one of them, you may not have a great number of prospects to be heard as well as listened to. ...
... walked up to to the Bunker Hill Monument. Of course, because of our inept government, it was closed. We then proceeded to the USS Constitution, which was also closed, because the idiots, well you get the idea. We walked back to our hotel, had lunch, and relaxed for the afternoon.
Friday we boarded a hop on, hop off bus and rode it to the ...
... over our city map.
Harry was written-off so I took a stroll around Quincy Market and Christopher Colombus Park by the harbour, scoping out where we would, later that night, dine like kings.
My number one mission for the day was to choose the location for our big seafood blowout. Now at Legal Seafood’s right on the harbour I was enjoying a grilled wild salmon fillet with seaweed + greens salad while watching Harry tackle a 2-pound lobster stuffed with ...
... which I thought was an estate agents.
Boston is famous for its Bars "Cheers" being the most prominent, Irish policemen, footballing patriots, baseballing Red Sox, and of course the tea party of 1773.
An act of great import in the history of the separation of the United States from the mother country and the formation of the independent union signed in 1776. Essentially the uprising was a very middle class affair. Under the auspices of the Tea Act ...
... I had no idea he was the one who came up with the freedom of religion concept. We were off again and headed for Connecticut and our other NPS visit to Weirs Farm. Unfortunately, we showed up at the historical site only to find out it isn't open, except Thursday- Saturday. The nice maintenance person however showed us around a bit and got us our passport book stamp for the site. Such nice people who work in the National Parks. She recognized our ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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