Hampton Inn Franklin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Franklin
... end of the island. Betsy, Elaine and I walked along the road pass several resorts and a golf club passing through a gate at Leeward. We cut over to the beach and return to Club Med. We went 2.7 miles in 1 hour. We met up with the rest of our group for breakfast, which was standard fare though a wide selection ranging from eggs and bacon to cereals, fruit and pastries. We were too late stacking a claim on a beach shelter, so we settled for a poolside umbrella, ...
... wait long but most people just order and go rather than try to sit - Wonderful bakery and not too expensive. Continued on the trail passing Paul Revere's house and down to the waterfront.
Walked back to our apartment after seeing the Boston Gardens, now the TD Gardens, the place that the Loungo, the Canucks and the fan's dreams died in 2011 after the Canucks dropped all three games in Boston, finally ...
... the center, and two on the right. We sat on the right (John likes to have a window seat), and Alice sat behind me. (Note: Our seats had plenty of leg room; the seats in the center did not.) The dinner (choice of beef or pasta) was quite good; the breakfast, mediocre. Watched a movie (don't remember what), and dozed a little. Landed early Sunday morning at Rome's Fiumicino Aeroporto.
... all seems ok. Heaven help me I am going to need bigger trousers.
We were having dinner at the Coach Grill which is a traditional style steak house near Hudson just outside Boston. I went in and after just 15 minutes my colleagues began to show up we had pre dinner drinks at my behest which seemed to bamboozle the staff and some of the locals who seemed hell bent on sitting down and ordering food.
Eventually we went through ...
... tourist desk, we headed out on the black trail. This was the route which the black people followed when helping fight in the civil war. With little time the tourist office directed us to see Acorn street and a square along the route, as two of the most photographed places in Boston for postcards. Unfortunately we missed out on the history of the route. The route took us up Beacon Hill and past the very beautiful New ...