Hampton Inn Franklin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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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 …
... in the city still being used as residences.
Headed south closer to Boston looking for somewhere to stay. Drove along Ocean Road at Revere. It too was very busy with people enjoying the warm day by the sea. You could smell the sea as we drove along. We even had our sun roof and windows open. At 4.40 pm it was 27 degrees C. No hotels or motels on the water front but came across a Comfort Inn while looking for another hotel. Reasonable rate for ...
... at night so we were able to wear our new Harvard hoodies. We are such cultured intelligent people ha ha ha.
Day 4: its a nice day out so Vic and Geline suggest a drive out to Maine to a little town called Kennebunk Port. We get there around lunch time and we are all peckish so we head into a little cafe near the water. Kennebunk is famous for its lobster so the three of us - Vic, Hinesh and I enjoy a lobster roll. Poor Geline is allergic to shellfish so she has fried ...
... to see the Boston Holocaust memorial. There were three glass columns with the numbers tattooed onto each Jew that entered the concentration camps. At the entrance were the words of Martin Niemoeller- a pastor who has originally delivered anti-semantic sermons early in the Nazi Regime. When he then began to oppose Hitler he was sent to a concentration camp. The trail then took me through North Boston which is known for being the Italian region of Boston. The roads were rows and ...
... ever visit Boston and who has the chance to go up high. After the sun had disappeared behind the horizon, we went down to the food court to have a slightly less impressive slice of pizza, but once we wiped the grease off it was perfectly eatable. Finally, it was time to go back to the hostel, because even though it was only 6 pm, we were exhausted.
Wednesday morning started with a real American breakfast in the hostel, including eggs, ...