Hampton Inn Franklin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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Der Morgen begann in geliebt gewohnter Umgebung im Hampton Inn in Smithfield. Besonderheit des Tages war auf jeden Fall, das Gabriel heute Bestimmertag hatte. An seinem 2. Geburtstag durfte er sich also etwas mehr erlauben und so gab es bereits zum Frühstück m&m's für ihn. Nach dem auschecken machten wir uns auf den Weg nach …
... the Revolution so there was much rejoicing, especially when the State House insignia of Unicorn & Lion was torn from the rafters and set ablaze on King Street. Let the good times roll!
Faneuil Hall is sometimes called "the cradle of liberty" which sounds pretty cool until you learn it was funded and built by Peter Faneuil, a wealthy American colonial merchant, slave trader, and philanthropist. Perhaps that's why Pete's offer of a "free" hall was met with such a ...
... them. They appear to be about 45-50 years old, and it turns out that they had a catamaran yacht custom built in South Africa, and are sailing it all over the world. They left home 2 years ago and apparently the boat has absolutely everything on it - they even mentioned a dishwasher. They were meeting up with other yachties tomorrow - they said they catch up with other people doing the same thing in ...
... bench where the train shuttle bus stops we decided we must be in the wrong place, crossed the road to ask someone, only to have to sprint back as the bus pulled up exactly where we had been waiting. Doh! We started our afternoon in Boston with a ride on the Swan Boats in the Boston Public Gardens. It’s apparently a Boston tradition and the boats signal the sign of Spring when they start up in April. The boats are famed for ...
... and stopping in Lynn a pretty coastal village with great views out to sea and a nice promenade which we walked along. Next stop Salem, famous for the Witch trials and death by burning. An interesting place with much Witch memorabilia. To Lynne's delight the PEM (Peabody & Essex Museum) had an exhibition of the famous Faberge Eggs and Lynne and the girls checked it out. They saw 4 of ...