Homewood Suites by Hilton Boston/Andover
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHomewood Suites by Hilton Boston/Andover
We were running late for dinner. After a 10 hour driving day from Prince Edward Island, we were really hoping to make it for dinner. The GPS said we were going to be 10 minutes late. The staff held dinner for us! Warm breadsticks, chicken, and green beans. A very pleasant start to our stay!
The jacuzzi heater was broken. This was the only down side. Predictably nice beds - love Homewood Suites!
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Love this City. Bostonian's are different people to other Americans.
Rich in history and still well preserved right in the middle of the city.
Favourite holiday spot by Europeans and Asians. Even in height of American summer holidays the overseas visitors were everywhere.
Yesterday a couple of whales were right next to the ship which
totally interrupted trivia.
This morning everyone on board including crew had to go through US
immigration. While the queue was long it was pretty quick, half hour in total.
Boston was great. Did the hop on hop off trolley. First a whole lap
then stopped at Cheers (which has changed its’ name from Bull & ...
... trade week at the nearby Custom’s House, Boston’s original skyscraper, one of those early ornate 20th century towers with a big clock on it that now functions as hotel and timeshare suites. My parents and I stayed for a week, and my brother (then NY based) came for a visit for a few days.
The next stops are the Old State House, Old South Meeting House, King’s Chapel and its burying ground, and Park Street Church. The ...
... city has a well laid out route around the city with a painted red line on the ground to keep you on track and takes you to all the historic landmarks. Starting at the golden-domed state house (where I somehow managed to mislay my new scarf) and continuing past burial grounds housing the remains of Mother Goose and Samuel Adams (one of the Founding Fathers and also gives his name to some rather good beer) and on to the site of the Boston Massacre. We took a slight detour through ...
... as we were told they are fairly common even in town as they come into raid the rubbish bins but no luck. To night we went to the ball park to see the Boston Red Socks beat the New York Yankies. We all enjoyed the game, a great atmosphere with lots of crowd participation and singing, and the home team won which pleased most of the ...